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Does /sci/ know where I could find a chart, graph, or a list of mathematical topics ordered by importance/linear learning?
As in, it beings with pre-algebra, then algebra, then calculus-- and then within calculus it lists the topics one should know before going into the other topic, and so on and so on?
It would be interesting to see if I missed anything in my mathematical education.

>> No.5525757

As far as I'm concerned, it goes something like:

Algebra
Geometry
Algebra 2
Trig
Calculus 1
Calculus 2
Differential Equations
Calculus 3
Partial Differential Equations

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>> No.5526562

http://www.math.niu.edu/~rusin/known-math/index/mathmap.html

>> No.5526566

>>5525718
I reject your very notion of linear step-function importance of mathematical topics.
www.maa.org/devlin/lockhartslament.pdf

>> No.5528143

>>5526566
great text. thanks.

>> No.5528152

>>5526554
that's pretty, pretty retarded, seeing as everyone on the left uses computers made by people on the right. use them in their research. they are very much required.

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