What IQ do you need for calc 1 and 2?

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What IQ do you need for calc 1 and 2?

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>>7839422

<100 desu

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bout tree fiddy

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>>7839422

[math]\int 12IQ d[IQ] = 6IQ^{2} \\

IQ = 20 - [Score for AP Stat] + [SCORE for AP CS][/math]

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>>7839422

About 80 tbqh

Maybe less

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>>7839438

If you're not shitposting, why does everyone make such a big deal out of calculus?

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>>7839442

They're lazy pieces of shit

Also the cultural stigma surrounding mathematics, particularly "calculus".

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>>7839451

There's a lot to remember in calc II.

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>>7839462

Get a piece of paper, write down all the steps, and go through a 100 problems until you're dreaming about it and talking about it in your sleep.

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>>7839466

No I feel you. You have no right to complain about something like this until you're already day dreaming about it.

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>>7839422

For a real answer, about 100, average intelligence, though you'll need to study, visit the tutoring lab when you need help, study more. I'm making it with an A in calc 2, albeit still early in the course, with a ~110 iq. Success in math is really just a function of the time you put into it, nothing more. Calculus isn't magic, its some new ideas that involve memorizing some new rules for setting up the algebra to solve the problem. Nothing more. Even the analytical geometry in Calc 2 is pretty basic.

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>>7839422

Less than 100. I'm 27 years old and I passed Calculus II and III with a B at a community college. Differential Equations with an A. I never understood the material, but I just chug and plugged and got through the class.

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>>7839684

Why didn't you understand it?

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>>7839687

It felt like alphabet soup to me. I was able to do the problems quiet easily, but there was no connection between what I was doing to what it was suppose to mean.

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>>7839693

That's pretty depressing

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What I got out of calculus was the discovery of what a 'linear operator' is.

In elementary algebra you study functions which map numbers to numbers.

The calculus is a sort of mapping of functions to functions. The mappings provide insight into some of the properties of whatever function you are preforming calculus on. How it is changing, or how much it has changed.

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>>7839422

Shitposting thread?

Shitposting thread.

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