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Feb 22 '18 at 16:36 comment added Nate Bade This is going to depend on the curriculum, the instructor, and your own personal strengths. I have no information about the first two, but for your own personal strengths I wold generally say that if you liked Differential Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Vector Calculus you will probably find Complex Variables less difficult than someone who didn't enjoy those subjects. If you liked Linear Algebra, 3D geometry and Integral Calculus you'll probably do better in ODE's than someone who didn't. Both courses will be probably be hard, but you can be successful if you can put the work in.
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