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User Name: Meena
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Generally, if math come easy to you it will continue too. If it doesn't there is help out there. I am a math major at a urvseniity and I would be lying if I said it is not more difficult, but you should not be afraid. Be prepared to take precalculus, which if you have had algebra 2 some of it will be review. Calculus 1 is NOT one of more difficult calculus classes. If you do have trouble find the math lab at your college I am a tutor and I know how much we love to help. Don't shy away from your instructor, most go into teaching because they want to help. Also I find that is helpful at times. It is an answer board similar to this one. You can use it for free or sign up for a more deluxe package (the free works fine for me). Another good website for derivatives (a big part of calculus 1) is They will give you a detailed description on derivatives that you enter. Use these resources if you get stuck. Also using a rate you professor type of site can help because a good instructor can at times make a big difference. Best of luck
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