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im currently a student at a community college and im currently taking PHYSICS 4A mechanics and MATH 3B integration. my best friend who is a little ahead of me is taking DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS & LINEAR ALGEBRA at the same time next semester and i want take some classes with him.
i know that people normally go to multivariable calculus right after the integrals course but would it hurt me if i take either DIFF. EQ or LINEAR ALG. first before MULT. CALC. i am also taking PHYSICS 4B electricity and magnetism next semester and i dont want to find myself lost with 3-D CALC and MULT. CALC in the E&M material as for then my highest experience would be CALCULUS II. leave some advice weather to respect the curricula order or be free to take DIF. EQ. OR LINEAR ALG. before MULT. CALC