I'm a biochemistry major who's interested in continuing my studies of mathematics on my own time, mainly for time and monetary reasons (school's getting more expensive) and because I think competence in math can be helpful in other areas. At my university I'm required to go through a full year of calculus and of my own choice I will be taking a linear algebra course and most likely a course in differential equations to prepare myself for the quantum mechanics requirement.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

With that said, I'm looking for advice on a list of topics that I can study one at a time in an order that makes sense.

My order so far goes like this:

1 year calculus course

Intro Linear Algebra

ODEs

Thanks for any help.

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