Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
He was a funny teacher and did not give an overwhelming workload.
Course highlights:
Derivatives and limits and intregals
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Keep on top of your homework and work on it until you get a 100.
Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
I recommend this course to anyone wanting to expand their mind on the field of mathematics and have a strong foundation of it. This course is a requirement for many students declaring majors in the STEM fields, and due to the complex concepts that can be involved in the course it is expected of these students to have a better understanding in this course so that later in there college career it would help them.
Course highlights:
In this course I gained practically all the concepts and ways of solving derivation problems if given to me. Towards the last chapter in the course, we had started an introduction to integration which helped me go into Calculus II with some sort of knowledge as oppose to starting from scratch. After you complete this course, you should have a good understanding of deriving. Once you start Calculus II and on, considering you are going into working with integrals, deriving should be second nature for you and the professor will expect that of you
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Study, study, study! That is all there is to doing well in the class. Many students often think of Calculus as a difficult subject depending on who you ask. Though it may sound generic and all, it is true that if you set your mind to something you can get something great out of it. Same thing goes for this course in that if you put in the time and effort you will succeed. Also, if you plan on taking higher level math courses, focus heavily on this one and progress on because it will help you in understanding the later ones to come.