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12 thoughts on “Lec 11 | MIT 18.01 Single Variable Calculus, Fall 2007”

1TheSorrow

That’s certainly important. I can’t understand what he’s saying when the colors are all strange and funny.

juhulk

if u think the lectures are very easy, then good! go download the problem sets then you will actually learn something.

drunkdonutboy

I don’t go to MIT but I’m an Engineering major and there are levels of math you have to go through before you get to the hardcore stuff. You have to take Cal 1-3 and a course in Differential Equations, then you go to statics and mechanics which is basically a shitload of physics. So it does get hard. It comes to a point where all your classes are math and science courses.

lovemovesus

Well explained but I find “strategies” need to be kept simple – I think this one is a bit confusing. I find it easier to evaluate intervals using sign tables.
Nevertheless am very much enjoying this series – thank you!

panda20091

Thank you Professor Jerison. A very well explained lecture.

woodmaster413

i hope they hire a camerman that knows what he’s doing. the screen tone changes from sepia to waterbase to sepia and whatever in the beginning.

woodmaster413

well, it could SEEM easy when your just looking at proofs. but its harder when your actually trying to solve problems.

javamanV3

Courses are always easy when one is not enrolled…Thanks for this great brushup…

rrijal

Sorry, 18.01 is the easiest course offered here. Homeworks and tests are very challenging.

That’s certainly important. I can’t understand what he’s saying when the colors are all strange and funny.

if u think the lectures are very easy, then good! go download the problem sets then you will actually learn something.

I don’t go to MIT but I’m an Engineering major and there are levels of math you have to go through before you get to the hardcore stuff. You have to take Cal 1-3 and a course in Differential Equations, then you go to statics and mechanics which is basically a shitload of physics. So it does get hard. It comes to a point where all your classes are math and science courses.

Well explained but I find “strategies” need to be kept simple – I think this one is a bit confusing. I find it easier to evaluate intervals using sign tables.

Nevertheless am very much enjoying this series – thank you!

Thank you Professor Jerison. A very well explained lecture.

i hope they hire a camerman that knows what he’s doing. the screen tone changes from sepia to waterbase to sepia and whatever in the beginning.

well, it could SEEM easy when your just looking at proofs. but its harder when your actually trying to solve problems.

Courses are always easy when one is not enrolled…Thanks for this great brushup…

Sorry, 18.01 is the easiest course offered here. Homeworks and tests are very challenging.

wtf?

this is MIT

why are they doing noob calculus

For real. Easy class though…

thank you MIT!