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11985605 No.11985605 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Is it possible to learn the entirety of Calculus within a month?

>> No.11985641

yes, its not hard. this is assuming you are 140+, otherwise dont bother, youll never make any contribution to the world

>> No.11985653

>>11985641
Hypothetically speaking, what if I'm 138?

>> No.11985667

>>11985605
Solve this
y = y'

>> No.11985676

>>11985667
Find another website to sully, you evil coward

>> No.11985678

>>11985605
yeah it's easy, just dont be stupid

>> No.11985800

>>11985605
spending 9 hours a day you could probably get through both single variable and multivariable calculus

>> No.11986463

I learnt measure theory in a month. Calculus is a lot easier so you'll be fine my guy

>> No.11986476

>>11985667
0, inf, -inf

>> No.11986485

>>11985667
x = e^y

>> No.11986489

>>11985605
yes, but you will forget most of it afterwards

>> No.11986505

To open why just learn it in a month? Why not naster it instead. Plus the core part is rate of change, area under a curve, and dirty trick limits. If you grasp those key parts the rest is rather gravy

>>11985667
Isn't that just e?

>> No.11987893

>>11986485
you mean y = e^x

>> No.11987938

>>11986505
The derivative of e is 0

>> No.11987944

>>11985667
y(0)*e^x

>> No.11988059

>>11987938
no
the derivative of the exponential function e is e

because it builts on itself, its rate of change will always be itself.

>> No.11988067

>>11985605
>entirety of calculus
what did he mean by this

>> No.11988109

I unironicly learned most of it in a week or two. I skipped math classes/was on my phone and thus basicly had no idea about it, but it realy isn't that hard, especialy when there are many good videos to explain it on the internet.

>> No.11988237

>>11988059
No, e is a constant, derivative of e is 0

>> No.11988344

>>11985641

it's not about making a contribution to the world, it's about the journey towards making a contribution. It's not about the fields medal, it's about the hundreds and thousands of hours you spend on learning how to manipulate symbolic scribles

>> No.11989510

>>11985605
Great OP, now you have made me interested in making pokemon cards for the great /sci/ figures.

>> No.11989519

>>11987944
What's with the (0)?

>> No.11989572

>>11989519
Initial condition

>> No.11989599

>>11986463
What are the prerequisites for measure theory.

>> No.11989840

>>11985667
y = 0 = y'

>> No.11989867

>>11986485
>>11987893
WRONG, it's y=k*e^x
>>11987944
>>11989572
that's more like it

>> No.11989941

>>11988344
no it isn't. if you didn't produce anything of value, you wasted your time. before the "muh greedy kike" argument comes out, value is not necessarily money

>> No.11990496

>>11988237
learn to read.

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