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This site is dedicated to upper-level college mathematics (including calculus, precalculus and differential equations), science and engineering.
We search the internet for comprehensive, in-depth material on upper-level mathematics, science and engineering. Then, we integrate the best videos, material and links into our discussion to help you learn, understand and use what you are currently studying. Our pages are not meant to replace your book or class materials but to supplement and enhance them or to refresh your skills.
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Who is this site for?
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Here is what you will find on more than 525 pages.
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We are dedicated to helping you learn, understand and use calculus, precalculus and differential equations (and perhaps other science, engineering and mathematics topics in the future).
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There is no catch. I am a former calculus instructor who thinks students pay enough already. I don't want you to just survive calculus.
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Before you learn from this site, you need to know who is teaching you, their background, experience and motivation. Read about me on the About page.
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