Hey /sci/ I need some help
I haven't really studied math for around 9 years and I'm a littly rusty
I need to learn math from scratch until basic calculus in around 10 months
Can it be done?
I can invest around 5-6 hours a day
I can never remember the various integration methods.
The theory of various definitions like riemann sums and partitions is all fine but when you have to do substitutions or wizard juggling I just cry
I have two weeks to learn basic calculus (limits, differentiation, integration).
After reading a few pages of this I can already see that it's true that it can be done in a week. It may seem hard when you don't know shit about it but once you just see what it's all about it gets easy as fuk
The OP was talking about the entirety of mathematics all the way up to calculus.
That can't be done in a week. It will take a while, especially if you're just first learning the material.
It's not impossible, and it'll take alot less time than you think.
Start now, but only spend 2-3 hours a day.
If you're reasonably smart you'll know everything you need in half that time.
Just don't skip any days.