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 08-04-2007 #1 mf.rathod Guest   Posts: n/a What kind of basic maths required for learning Calculus? What kind of basic maths required for learning Calculus?
 08-04-2007 #2 Gypsy Catcher Guest   Posts: n/a You should know pre-calculus and trigonometry.
 08-04-2007 #3 mina x Guest   Posts: n/a calculus is just the summation of all the math that you have taken from algebra one, algebra two, geometry. if you have a strong background in these subjectives you will be fine. trig and **** geometry are partially taught in both algebra two and geometry and it goes more indepth in calc. and made a lot easier when you learn derivatives.
 08-04-2007 #4 Southie Sir Guest   Posts: n/a Everything - from arithmetic, algebra, geometry, plane trigonometry, and ****ytic geometry. If you have very good foundations or skills on these subjects calculus will be a fun challenge. Be sure and quick on factoring, special factors, exponentiation and logarithm, radicals, polynomial equations, trigonometry, trigonometric identities, oblique triangles, half-angle and double-angle formulas, laws of sines and cosines, conics and ****ytic geometry. The key to learning math is treat it as a sport: correct basics, work on accuracy, then develop speed. Stay sharp. Practice regularly.
 08-04-2007 #5 grandelf333 Guest   Posts: n/a Introductory Calculus, Geometry, Trigonometry, Space and Measurement, and Algebra
 08-04-2007 #6 boozer Guest   Posts: n/a southie sir best answer.

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