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What comes next?

  1. Jul 29, 2005 #1

    so since i have very little knowledge outside of what i've learned in school i must ask...

    what happens after i take these math courses? what's the "next step"

    ok, so 'im about to be a senior in high school... i'm just finishing up calc 3 right now, and during the first semester of high school i'm taking linear algebra + diff eq's

    so what comes after that? what classes are after that that i need to take?

    i wannah major in math and chemistry/physics in college... so what math courses would best fit me?

    and of course... how "easy" or "hard" are the classes?

    please help... thanks ahead of time

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  3. Jul 30, 2005 #2
    i would say stick with ordinary & partial differential equations and applied math like modelling. i think now is the time for complex variables also. if you're going to do chem it wouldn't hurt to do some algebra, particularily group theory.
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