Hey. I'm teaching (trying to) myself calculus before i go to college. The book i got from my trigonometry seems pretty repetitive, but I was wondering which topics i need to learn. So far, I've learned limits, derivatives, applications of derivatives (I wasted about a month on the chapter because it turns that the only application is finding maxs and mins and newton's method), integration, and natural logs and exponents. The other chapter are applications of integration, integration techniques, series, analytic geometry, vectors, and multivariable calculus. So which parts should i try to learn?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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