I'm in my first Cal course ever. I made a 90 on the first exam, and I'd be surprised if I did as "well" on the second one I took today. Heh. Working on the homework sets the nights right before the exam is not a good idea! I've been having to learn things right before, rather than review, which is the way it should be. I need to practice better study habits.
Im at cal too, most people I know did really well on the first math 1a midterm. My roommate got %100. Personally I think calc 3 (math 53) is the hardest computationally and seeing things in 3d. I'm in math 54, or linear algebra and differential equations,and so far the computation in it is not hard, but the math is very abstract. All about subspaces, transformations, sometimes defining new ways of adding and multiplying. Calc1-3 is a lot of learning processes like integrating, solving series, but math 54, has lots and lots of math vocabullary and doing things that you cant really visualize.
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Maybe DiffEqs II?
field flow (time dependent):
(x,y,z,f(x,y,z,t),t)
but is Calc II at Cal like Vector Calculus?
That would be 4D since f is a function of the other variables.