>>10965384

Advanced calc is not a standard. In America advanced calc could be called intro to real analysis, it's basically a proof-based version of calculus, you go over topics like Cauchy sequences, supremums, partitions, ect. in order to build the real number line from the axioms up. My real analysis class, the sequel to advanced calc, focused of topics like the Fourier transform, measure theory, basic topology ect., but your mileage may vary. Calculus 1 - 3 is focused on computation of basic limits/sums/integration/derivation and stupid topics like the limit tests, partial fractions and elementary vector analysis. Calc 1 - 3 is considered very easy and is used as the mathematical foundation for majors like chemistry, physics, engineering, biology and economics. Advanced calc is basically real analysis and is the brainlet filter for math majors typically.