(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); What is the "last" level of calculus?

Well, call me a geek, nerd, freak, whatever, but I absolutely love math. Especially calculus.

I am 16 and am so far in training to become a professor in physics and/or quantum theory at a major university. I may also teach advanced calculus.

My question is..what is the boundry at where calculus "ends"? Of course, it never "ends", as you can always learn more. But..what is the most you'll need to know to pretty much learn every field in science?

So far, I'm up to vector calculus. I just heard of Fourier Series..it's too advanced for me so far. Is there anything past this? Heh, fourier series seems complicated enough..

:surprised

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# What is the last level of calculus?

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