I'm thinking of taking Multivariable Calculus through UIUC's NetMath online program:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

http://netmath.uiuc.edu/

The course is taught largely through Mathematica notebooks:

http://www.matheverywhere.com/mei/

Does anyone have any experience with this program or have any advice on whether it's a good way to learn math? It's difficult for me to attend courses in-person, and I'm not really cut out for self-study. So this seems like a good compromise.

I am not looking for a theoretical understanding of math, I'm more interested in it as it applies to physics. I'm not looking to earn a degree, I just want to learn.

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# UIUC's NetMath online program?

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