After Months of busting my butt, I've finally self-taught myself calculus by going through Schaum's cover-to-cover. Obviously, I'll need to review and practice my skills over time, but at least I now know the mechanics and hae some practice in applying them.
I jut want to say thanks for all of your help during my learning process. This is just the beginning for me.
I might follow this up with some geometry, differential equations, and linear algebra to round out my skillset. But I'm hoping these will be much easier than the calculus I've just been through. (Afterwards, maybe get into some electricity and magnetism)
- So what motivates you guys?
- Why do you spend your time correcting people's homework and answering the same questions 20 times per day?
- What's the story behind this site?
- What are your recommendations for someone who wants to grow their knowledge in this area?