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I've signed up for a Differential Equations and Physics II w/ Calc course in this coming semester to finally finish up my degree. Unfortunately, it's been almost a decade since I took Multivariable Calc (III) and Physics I w/ Calc. I did well in those classes at the time, but I haven't really used Calculus since then.
While I assume I'll be able to catch up pretty quickly I don't want to start out behind and not be able to catch up. I've seen several Calculus refresher courses out there, but I didn't know if there are any that come highly recommended or - especially - offer a small sample of problems from Calc I / II / III so I can judge where I'm at / what areas I need to put the most effort into refreshing.
I am looking for something relatively short and sweet that will let me evaluate if I need to do some more in-depth review.
Also, I assume the TI-89 is still the standard for a Calculus / Physics calculator? Is there something newer / fancier that kids these days are using? I would guess most courses don't just let people use an app on their phone (cheating and all) but just wanted to make sure.