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For more information, please see full course syllabus of Calculus BC

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Post by Mohamed E Sowaileh on July 10, 2017

Hello Dr. John Zhu,

I hope you are very well.

I am a student who is extremely weak in math. In order to be very strong in math, specially for engineering field, could you provide me with sequential order of mathematical topics and textbooks. With what should I begin so that I can master big topics like calculus, statistics, probability ... etc.

Your guidance is precious to me.

Thank you so much.

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Post by Firebird wang on November 2, 2016

Are there any way to watch the two video which called AP Statistics Practice Test 2013 an AP Statistics Practice Test 2014?

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Post by Jimmy Jones on September 8, 2015

Hello Professor,

I am contacting to know if I can go straight to learning this course instead of learning Calculus AB. Is that made possible through these lessons

Thanks

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Post by Brady Dill on July 13, 2014

Great video! But I was thrown by your use of 'comprise', which means something entirely different. https://www.google.com/search?q=comprise+definition&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&channel=sb Otherwise, well-explained! I understand now.

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Post by John Zhu on August 12, 2013

Yes folks, Ln(0) is never defined! That is a drawing error that SHOULD include a vertical asymptote as Sumant has suggested. Thanks for the feedback and notes guys. Cheers! =)

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Post by Him Tam on July 30, 2013

Yeah, the graph shouldn't intersect the y-axis

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Post by Sumant Nigam on March 8, 2013

I thought the video was great, but for the last problem: f(x)=ln(x)-1 the graph should not intersect the y-axis, right? There should be a vertical asymptote there.

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Post by Maimouna Louche on June 15, 2012

Yey I am first! I loved it all!