Hello, I recently came into an issue in regards to my course schedule. I talked to one of the professors in the math department and suggested I not take 3 science classes as well as math 295 (hardest math sequence my school has to offer). This puts me at issue in regards to meeting the math requirements for my physics classes. I then thought maybe testing out will be a creative solution. My question is whether or not it would be likely that I go through the Spivak Calculus book and Hoffman and Kunze's Linear Algebra all the while actually understanding the material. I have approximately 4 months to do this (over summer break) before I am issued a test out exam out of math 295 and maybe 296. The topics covered in these book are calculus 1,2,3, and linear algebra (theory based).I have had experience in these topics but only in terms of computing problems (Stewart calculus).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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