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I just finished self study of Calculus One and I am looking to begin Calculus Two. Is there a free platform that can help me with this?

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    $\begingroup$ You might want to give some idea about the contents and level of "calculus 1" and "calculus 2". $\endgroup$ – Tommi Brander Aug 9 at 7:18
  • $\begingroup$ For example, this differs by country, level, and even states inside the US (I am guessing here). This is the same problem as your previous question -- provide more context, otherwise no one can help you. $\endgroup$ – Chris Cunningham Oct 10 at 0:22
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To supplement @Joe's posting, here are the edX's calculus courses, the three below from MIT:


edX_Calc (And there are others at that link.) I am not sure where to draw the line between Calc 1 and Calc 2 ...

And also check out Robert Ghrist's pages & videos on calculus:



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I suspect there are several. I know edX has some calculus courses, but I’m not sure if any are “Calculus 2” per se.

Khan Academy definitely has Calc 2:

https://www.khanacademy.org/math

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Please also see Paul's Notes; Calc I, and Calc II. Calc III is offered too.

Please see the left-most column (Table of contents) here to get an overview of what Calc I, II, III offer. There are tutorials, worked examples, exercises, and solutions to problems in each sub-topic throughout the Calculus sequence.

For more information about Paul's notes, please see the website: Paul's Online Math Notes.

See also the available courses in calculus at MIT using OpenCourseWare (OCW): assigned text, lectures, assigned exercises, etc.

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