
Neuron
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Prerequisite for Differential Calculus?
#11266263  10/17/09 05:21 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


Hi Pub, I was wondering if anyone knows what course needs to be taken prior to 'differential calculus'?
Or if anyone knows what this course is comparable to? Such as calc 1, etc.
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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: Neuron]
#11266280  10/17/09 05:26 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


calc 1 2 3, and linear algebra
Where are you at now?


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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: blewmeanie]
#11266310  10/17/09 05:32 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


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blewmeanie said: calc 1 2 3, and linear algebra
Where are you at now?
You have got to be kidding.
I'm on a statistics path right now, plan on taking intermediate stats Spring 2010.
On the calculus path, I'm eligible for precalculus.

Edited by Neuron (10/17/09 05:33 PM)

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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: Neuron]
#11266316  10/17/09 05:33 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


haha, yeah it's a lot of shit.


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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: blewmeanie]
#11266320  10/17/09 05:34 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


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blewmeanie said: haha, yeah it's a lot of shit.
Here's the goal:
http://www.gdnet.ucla.edu/gasaa/deptinfo/deptinfo.asp?code=0534&academicyear=20102011
"Although no specific undergraduate major is required for entrance, applicants should complete elementary algebra and differential calculus before entering the M.B.A. program."
I guess the keyword is 'should'.


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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: Neuron]
#11266331  10/17/09 05:36 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


I imagine competition's going to be pretty tough, so "should" likely means must.


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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: blewmeanie]
#11266349  10/17/09 05:39 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


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blewmeanie said: I imagine competition's going to be pretty tough, so "should" likely means must.
I'm not so sure, I think most business students stop at Calculus 2. I'm pretty sure on this.
I'm willing to go strain myself until Calculus 2. Calc is my greatest weakness; but I took it as a young teenager who was dropping X every weekend so maybe it's not fair to judge my calculus ability based on those experiences.

Edited by Neuron (10/17/09 05:40 PM)

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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: Neuron]
#11266547  10/17/09 06:18 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


Differential calculus is Calc I. You will need a trig prereq for that class (as well as proficiency in basic algebra  which includes logarithms).
Precalculus you mention is a combination of trig and algebra (there is no calculus in it). That would be a good idea to take first is you are not confident about diving into calc I.

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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: DieCommie]
#11266554  10/17/09 06:19 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


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DieCommie said: Differential calculus is Calc I. You will need a trig prereq for that class (as well as proficiency in basic algebra  which includes logarithms).
That makes a hell of a lot more sense, thanks commie!


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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: Neuron]
#11266586  10/17/09 06:24 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


Differential equations comes after calc 2 in these parts


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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: blewmeanie]
#11266603  10/17/09 06:26 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


I'm located in california if that helps any >.<


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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: Neuron]
#11266614  10/17/09 06:31 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


Calc 1 introduces the idea of the differential. Differential Calculus, aka Differential Equations, is a much more challenging class that comes much later.
 You make it all possible. Doesn't it feel good?

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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: Doc_T]
#11266692  10/17/09 06:49 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


Differential Calculus is not aka Differential Equations.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Differential_calculus
When somebody talks about differential calculus, like in his course suggestion, they mean the course content commonly found in calc I.

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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: DieCommie]
#11266732  10/17/09 06:54 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


Differential calculus most people will not find too challenging. Differential equations on the other hand, that shit is pretty tough to wrap your head around.
I've always been good at math, and found calc 1 & 2 super easy. In second year, I had differential equations and complex analysis. Even for me, that stuff was quite tough, and took many hours studying  I still don't really understand it as well as I'd like to.

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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: DieCommie]
#11266892  10/17/09 07:18 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


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DieCommie said: Differential Calculus is not aka Differential Equations.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Differential_calculus
When somebody talks about differential calculus, like in his course suggestion, they mean the course content commonly found in calc I.
My bad.
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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: Neuron]
#11266932  10/17/09 07:25 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


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Management, M.B.A./Medicine, M.D.
The John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management and the School of Medicine offer a concurrent degree program which enables students to prepare for a career where medicine and management overlap and where understanding of both fields is necessary. Examples of such areas include medical management at a hospital center and management of health care delivery. The program makes it possible to earn the M.D. and the M.B.A. in five academic years. Applications should be made to the M.B.A. in the third year of medical school.
That is fucking . I never knew they had such a program.
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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: Neuron]
#11266969  10/17/09 07:31 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


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Neuron said: Hi Pub, I was wondering if anyone knows what course needs to be taken prior to 'differential calculus'?
Or if anyone knows what this course is comparable to? Such as calc 1, etc.
post only if you can contribute.
Sorry, my previous post doesn't contribute.
But at my school, we don't offer a course called "Differential Calculus".
A quick readup on the wiki has me believing that it's the Math009 series here, AKA FirstYear Calculus.
The prerequisites here are as follows:
 Math008 series with C or better  All other math series below 008 (004, 005); Algebra and Precalculus, respectively.
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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: Neuron]
#11266987  10/17/09 07:35 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


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Neuron said: post only if you can contribute.
fuck off, neuron

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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: Neuron]
#11267002  10/17/09 07:38 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


Couldn't you just check course prereqs? Not too difficult I imagine.
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Re: Prerequisite for Differential Calculus? [Re: meatcakeman]
#11267009  10/17/09 07:39 PM (8 years, 8 days ago) 


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meatcakeman said:
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Management, M.B.A./Medicine, M.D.
The John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management and the School of Medicine offer a concurrent degree program which enables students to prepare for a career where medicine and management overlap and where understanding of both fields is necessary. Examples of such areas include medical management at a hospital center and management of health care delivery. The program makes it possible to earn the M.D. and the M.B.A. in five academic years. Applications should be made to the M.B.A. in the third year of medical school.
Yeah, cool combo hunh? Might you consider this instead of Oxford?
That is fucking . I never knew they had such a program.


