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This professor uploaded entire courses on youtube.com, including the entire calculus sequence.I've stuck this thread as a resource for learning.

Professor Leonard did not make such a comment.A secant line isn't, under any circumstances the same with a tangent line. That is like saying 0.9 = 1

There exist certain functions for which a secant line and a tangent line can coincide.A secant line isn't, under any circumstances the same with a tangent line. That is like saying 0.9 = 1

Professor Leonard uploads differential equations videos every MON, WED, AND FRI.I've stuck this thread as a resource for learning.

Remember he probably makes money of YouTube ads. But that's fine, but don't be mislead it's charity.

What are you talking about? He does not ask for money?Remember he probably makes money of YouTube ads. But that's fine, but don't be mislead it's charity.

He doesn't have to. The ads just run during intro and stop time.What are you talking about? He does not ask for money?

Leonard is the best math teacher on youtube. Be glad that he decided to upload his math work to help students worldwide.He doesn't have to. The ads just run during intro and stop time.

How many have you looked at? Myself, I always enjoyed the guy on Math is Power 4uLeonard is the best math teacher on youtube. Be glad that he decided to upload his math work to help students worldwide.

I not only watch math video clips. I take notes. Watching math videos is not the way to learn.How many have you looked at? Myself, I always enjoyed the guy on Math is Power 4u

Taking notes is good - but I think solving them without looking at notes would be the real learning.

Are you ok???Taking notes is good - but I think solving them without looking at notes would be the real learning.

We need to study notes BEFORE solving problems.

Make sense????

Then, when I did the assigned problems, I made certain I understood completely the derivation of all theorems used. While working the problems, I tried solving them in the most general way possible, so that I would then look at the behavior of the solutions at the boundaries, leading to insights regarding the behavior of the formulas. I always made sure to study for at least 3 hours for each hour spent in lecture.