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i'm a freshman majoring in mathematical econ and minor in statistics to prepare myself for the actuarial exams (and open up other career options). for this spring quarter, i'm faced with a dilemma. let me show a couple plans for this year:

{

This spring quarter (March~June):

*calculus II (integrals) [5 units]

*statistics [5 units]

*ge elective [5 units]

This fall quarter

*calculus III (vector, multi-variable) [ 5units]

*linear algebra (computational) [5 units]

*elective

}

or

{

This spring quarter (March~June):

*calculus II (integrals) [5 units]

*linear algebra[5 units]

*ge elective [5 units]

This fall quarter

*calculus III (vector, multi-variable) [ 5units]

*statistics [5 units]

*elective

}

the main difference between the two is whether to take linear algebra first or statistics. which route would be more beneficial?