Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
The Teacher would call the class " a baby level class" and for my preferences did not go over subjects often enough.
Course highlights:
Many of the things I learned were from high school live derivatives and anti-derivative and some of their applications.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Do quizzes online,do the homework and get enough sleep as my class was an 8 o'clock.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
This course focused on the beginning of various calculus theorems and their applications. The professor provides multiple examples during class, as well as excellent and easy to follow notes. In addition, the office hours established by the professor are consistent and she is always willing to take the time to thoroughly run through problems from class, extra examples, and any other questions that will help the students fully understand what is being taught in class. At the same time, she also answers questions about the homework and class over email. The syllabus provided at the beginning of the semester provides a clear idea about what to expect throughout the course, including grading, attendance, and contact information. Homework is assigned online and is very helpful for studying and improving the students understanding of the material.
Course highlights:
Throughout this course, I have learned how to properly take the derivative of different functions. In addition, I learned how to take integrals by also finding the antiderivative of different functions among other materials. As well as improved some older skills like factoring among other skills.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
The grade you get in the class is up to you. The professor provides students with all necessary materials for passing the class; however, the student must take the time to complete the homework and seek out help if it is needed. In addition, it never hurts to take more than one night to study and to ask questions as soon as you don't understand something.