Hello, I am a first year student majoring in chemistry. I really like it and I'm very interested in the subject, but I am worried about my math skills. I am taking calculus 0 right now and I really struggled on my first exam. What kind of math is in the upper-level chemistry courses? Right now we're just doing stoichiometry so it's very simple, but I'm worried about how advanced the math will get. As a chemistry major, will I eventually be doing calculus in my chemistry courses? What kind of math will I need to know? And if someone has taken upper level chem courses, could you tell me what the work is like?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# What kind of math is required for upper level chemistry classes?

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