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Word for Allows in special context

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( 4 months ago )

I am looking for a single word (possibly short phrase) to convey the following meaning.

Taking introduction to Calculus allows you to compute integrals.

What the confusion/dislike from the word allows is that it implies that you were not allowed to do the action before. The context I am using it in is not educational so I cannot use the word teaches.

eg., Vertical Jump training allows you to jump higher. (or something similar to this).

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( 4 months ago )

Enable might be what you're looking for:

to make (someone or something) able to do or to be something (Merriam-Webster.com)

Synonyms listed by Merriam-Webster are allowempowerletpermit. The shared element is the idea of "making (something) possible".

Equip (listed in the "related words" in the Merriam-Webster thesaurus) is also a possibility; the meaning given is "to prepare (someone) for a particular activity or problem".

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