Learn Calculus With These Four Online Courses

https://lifehacker.com/learn-calculus-with-these-four-online-courses-1836377912/amp

Four Online Free Calculus Courses:
1. http://www-math.mit.edu/~djk/calculus_beginners/

2. “Calculus Made Easy” (1910 )

http://calculusmadeeasy.org/

3. “Essence of Calculus” (12 short videos, with Chinese subtitle)

4. [Best👍] “Calculus” (MIT Prof Gilbert Strang)

https://ocw.mit.edu/resources/res-18-001-calculus-online-textbook-spring-2005/textbook/

Khan Academy

I find Khan Linear Algebra video excellent. The founder / teacher Sal Khan has the genius to explain this not-so-easy topic in modular videos steps by steps, from 2-dimensional vectors to 3-dimensional, working with you by hand to compute eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and show you what they mean in graphic views.

If you are taking Linear Algebra course in university, or revising it, just go through all the Khan’s short (5-20 mins) videos on Linear Algebra here:

In 138 lessons sequence:

http://theopenacademy.com/content/linear-algebra-khan-academy

or random revision:

http://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqXgtGPHph5ZLP-XMktk0Ggzte-xAxvI9

MOOC Online Education

Mastery Learning via Online Education such as Coursera University Courses led by Stanford University, or edX by MIT & Harvard University, achieved the multiplier effect of reaching 100,000 global students with almost the same result as Individual One-on-One coaching, also far better than class room lectures.

The MOOC – Massive Open Online Courses – are free classes that combine video lectures and other online materials with quizzes and assignments.

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