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    So apparantly in America you have calculus 1,2&3. In the netherlands you have math A&B. I chose B. Is that equivalent to calculus 3?
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    Calculus III is vector and 3-dimensional calculus. It is generally taught as a college subject and is not on the highest level math AP exam. It is also not on A-level maths, but is probably on further maths. You can look at the AP Calculus BC exam curriculum and college Calculus II and Calculus III classes and see how Dutch math B aligns with them.
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    Its really frustrating because the Dutch system is also harder compared to the american system, gives me a disadvantage if i want to apply to an american school
 
 
 
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