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Where do you go after mastering the challenges in General Calculus I? General Calculus II, of course. Along with its predecessor, this course is a common requirement for majors as diverse as Engineering and Pre-Med, and the majority of Science and Math degrees.
You’ll start Calculus II with a review of Functions and Graphs, then move into Applications of Integrals, and conclude with Infinite Sequences and Series. By the time you’re done, you’ll have studied how to use derivatives and integrals to solve a variety of problems and understand the connections and relationships that are fundamental to the theories of calculus.
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