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I remember taking Calculus from a Korean who could not speak English. lgl
European Scientists and America, Arnold Kling  EconLog  Library of Economics and Liberty

Calculus is beautiful to express economics concepts like a rate of change, elasticity of supply or demand curves and so on.
Math and Economics, Arnold Kling  EconLog  Library of Economics and Liberty

The primary goal is not to achieve proficiency in Calculus II, but to gain a full comprehension of logical, critical and creative thinking with a holistic and concurrent teaching of all branches of mathematics, including analysis, algebra, geometry, discrete math and logic.
Teri Szucs: The American Baccalaureate, Creating Inquiring Minds

To do well in Calculus, I would have had to spend much more time.

If you act now, I will send you a coloring book The Story of Lynching suitable for your child to color with crayons when they are doing coloring in Calculus class.

Second ... we were already at Salitran when I realized that I forgot my effin Calculus notebook.

I also think your reference to Political Calculus is misleading  they make quite clear that their polls are a snapshot of recent polls not a serious prediction of an election years away  at various times all 3 parties have, on this measure, been heading for wipeout &/or 80% a a 300 seat majority.

Calculus is great for determining the area under a curve.

In which Professor Calculus is faced with a fascinating quandary arising from the practical ramifications of an entirely plausible scientific speculation, and solves this problem using all his skills of plausible scientific speculation.

Calculus is a capstone course in most high schools, but you need some basic calculus to understand the key concepts of emissions and concentrations of greenhouse gases, so it canâ€™t be taught well in the high school curriculum.
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