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I once, like 3 years ago, was an ardent science major mastering calc, calc ii and bound to complete my chem degree and go on to get my MD. some things changed and i ended up a english student currently applying to law schools.

Having completed my law apps and a bit tired of reading, writing and talking for a living, i teach test prep for a test prep company i want to try a new intellectual pursuit. I want to do what i failed to do in school: I actually want to learn calc again.

Now i remember somethings, i can still take the derivative of x^2, but at about integration my memory becomes incredibly hazy. Basically, i want to work my way through a text book and master a course curriculum up to calc 3. That was the last calc class we had where i went to school, nyu, and i have heard of calc 4. but let's start small. Can anyone recommend the steps i should take?

I still have my old calc text book. It seems standard for calc i and ii classes. It has the integration symbol on the cover and is brown, and i have the student solutions manual. Is there anything else i need? Where do i move from there? I have a lot of free time on my hands, i've saved up some money and am actively working less so i have the time. Any suggestions or guidance?

Best,

Danny

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