Can I learn 3 semesters of calculus by May?

Can I learn 3 Semesters of Calculus by May?

I have recently come to realize that my thinking that placing out of my

math requirement meant that I was numerate was a mistake.

I need to learn 3 semesters of college level calculus by May; ( for non

Americans, here in the States, the third semester is traditionally a sort

of intro. differential equations course).

I used to know what a Taylor series was, (if fact I still remember what

one is, I just get kind a lost when I actually try to take one). As an old

APL programmer I suppose I have a cobbled together knowledge of matrix

algebra.

And I trade {*filter*} options, so over the course of the years I ve had to

read some fairly technical papers and code up, (in APL), some tricky

stuff, (Quadratic optimization, GARCH processes, etc.).

And I d like to think that if I devote an hour an evening to this I d

accomplish at least as much in one month as I accomplished in a semester

of catching the subway up from SoHo, grabbing two hot dogs and an Orange

Julius, and stumbling around Columbia from class to class.

Surely there is some soft/courseware, (Mathamatica perhaps, or Derive?),

or a series of books, or maybe some books about the courseware, that can

enable me to accomplish this?

Any suggestions greatly appreciated

Regards

Tony

PS: since I m using America on Line I can t cross post to multiple news

groups, but have to do this cut and paste thing to each group; that also

means I can t check all groups for replies at once either. Might I ask

that should you reply, to please e-mail me in addition to posting to the

group. Thanks Again