Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This is a vital course to physics and engineering majors, and is very interesting for those who enjoy physics! I would not recommend this professor very highly, but the class itself can be engaging at times.
I gained a strong background in the mechanics of physics to move forward into the following courses of physics and engineering. After this course I understand kinematics, work and energy, and forces very thoroughly and how to solve problems involving them.
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Advice for students:
The most important thing for this class is to do a lot of practice problems when studying. Doing all the homework and really solving as many problems as possible is the best way to get the concepts and processes down.