Hello all. I am about to enroll in classes to start an mechanical engineering degree. Currently I have most of an economics and accounting degree. I am not anticipating many credits to transfer so I'll basically be starting from scratch again. I am aware a majority of the engineering career field requires extensive math and physics which I am excited about. The problem is I haven't even thought about any kind of math beyond basic geometry in a very long time. I took a calculus class my junior year of high school back in 2007 so I am searching for advise on a math refresher course to get back up to speed before classes start in January. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
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