Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Excellently designed course, with the textbooks written by the professors themselves. You learn a few small concepts at a time, but you begin to combine these at the end to solve fairly difficult problems. It's a great course with fun experiments, simple equations, easy calculations and very doable exams.
The course teaches the fundamentals of dynamics. You learn equations and concepts for 2 dimensions, but all the while, are given peeks into its applications in 3 dimensions. You learn about straight-line motion, rotation, accelerations, momentum, angular momentum, oscillations and the effects of forces on motion. You deal with a whole variety of mechanical phenomenon and types of mechanical objects, and you'll come out of the course being able to explain most everyday activities.
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Advice for students:
Do the homework problems yourself. You need to submit 2 per class. Even if your friend is offering it to you, do it yourself. Each problem takes, on average, 15-20 mins to do by yourself. The amount you learn from these will save you from spending a lot of time studying, before the exams.