I enrolled in a Micro course this year that stated that while Calc was not a prerequisite it was strongly recommended. I didn't have it and am completely lost in class.
I've studied single variable differentiation but it seems like most of the class is multiple derivatives.
We're in the 3rd week of class and I feel like I haven't really fully understood anything we've seen.
Marshallian demand functions
Indirect Utility Functions
Today's class was on Roy's Identity.
It seems like all of the problems were doing use Lagrange multipliers and I don't even know what those are. I looked it up and found a good explanation that I didn't understand at all.
I think I need to understand circular functions, and vectors. Is it realistic to think I can teach myself this? I have stewart calc, and was thinking of using the MIT open coursware