Thanks. You have all been very helfpful as usual.

For reference, I have taken:

Calc I (limits, derivivatives, optomization yada yada)

Calc II (Integration, some DE's, non-cartesian graphing, and series)

Calc III ( 2d Vectors, 3d derivations and integration, 3d vectors, multivariables and applying all that to vector fields)

Linear Algebra (Augmented matrices, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors, vector spaces yada yada)

I am currently in ordinary Differential equations , and next term, hopefully, I will be taking Partial next term. With the way I am going, hopefully I will get a chance to transfer to Virginia Tech by next Fall or soon after ,while having earned an Associates here at NVCC.

I must say that I am very glad to hear that Math will remain a permanent fixture in the future for me. It was once my absolute worst subject and, ironically, it is now is the flagship of my success and is my sole source of motivation (INCOMPREHENSIBLY IRONIC). I was just afraid that the courses would get stale and that I would forget what I know. Diff. Eq'ns looks like it will be fun ( i know, I know, having fun is unethical) and my prof came off as a smart and helpful individual.