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hi Hania

i know that Calculus builds on what we have learned in algebra and analytic geometry, Success in calculus depends to a large extent on knowledge of the mathematics that precedes calculus: algebra, analytic geometry, functions, and trigonometry.

so it’s better to teach a precalculus 5: “analytic geometry” course before teaching calculus 1 and 2.

I hope you seriously consider this request.

Thanks so much Hania!

Hi My Cool,

Thank you for this suggestion / request.

The only thing from Analytical Geometry present in Calculus 1+2 is the equation of straight lines (tangents, secants), no more than that. And this subject is explained in both Precalculus 1 and Precalculus 2.

There is some more Analytical Geometry in Calculus 3 (straight lines, planes, circles, ellipses, hyperbolas and parabolas) but I have introduced these subjects in the first sections of my Calculus 3 course, as I didn’t have any other courses to refer to (as this was my very first course on Udemy, and I even didn’t know if I would create more).

In this way, you do have everything (from Analytical Geometry) you need for all the Calculus classes in my existing courses, so that there is no need for Precalculus 5. Analytical Geometry can patiently wait for its turn ðŸ˜‰

If it happens that some detail from Analytical Geometry is unclear (when you study any of my Calculus courses), just ask me a question about it via QA on Udemy.

Kind regards,

Hania

Hi Hania,

Love the courses. Would love to see your coverage of mathematical statistics and probability theory. Statistical inference too, but I might be asking too much ðŸ™‚

hi

could you tell me what difference between “Statistical inference ” and ” statistics and probability theory”?

You might find this interesting: https://courses.lumenlearning.com/wm-concepts-statistics/chapter/linking-probability-to-statistical-inference-review/

Hi,

Thank you ðŸ™‚

Probably, eventually… But first I have to complete our Master Plan, so our time is filled with plenty of projects until 2025.

I hope that you can answer the question about the difference between “Statistical inference” and “Statistics and probability theory”. For me, it is really a long time ago I studied this stuff… And the field of statistics has evolved seriously since the time of my studies. Before I create a course of my own, I will need to refresh my knowledge, and look around to see what type of exciting new stuff I have to learn myself before I can start teaching it. At many universities, the fields of Mathematics and Statistics are separated, and I am a classically trained mathematician, and this is why I leave the topics of statistics for later, when I am done teaching all the stuff I am an expert in (i.e., pure mathematics).

Kind regards,

Hania

hi Hania

Could you tell me when your new course is released?

I’m looking forward since a quarter of the year is coming to an end , the calculus course hasn’t come yet.

Thanks!

Hi,

Our new course (Precalculus 4: exponentials and logarithms) will probably be released in the first half of March.

Regards,

Martin

Hi,

As you are an expereinced online teacher, I want to know that what software and hardware (tablet or any pen tablet of any specific brand) are the best for online teaching where a teacher needs to write many things like a math teacher does.

Thank you!

Hi,

We’re using an iPad Pro with pen connected to a Macbook Pro. To record the screen and the iPad at the same time, we use ScreenFlow. The camera for the face is separate (we use a Sony ZV-1) and then that video track is added to ScreenFlow afterwards. There are a lot more details, of course. You can find out much more on my blog at https://www.ursecta.com/category/online-courses/

May I have your email id to ask some questions, which are not reasonable to ask here?