Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This teacher is just phenomenal by the way he explains problems with real life situations and great in showing examples and grading. The class is great for people who love numbers are and are tired of doing formulas for classes such as calculus that just are so boring with nothing to be applied to in real life.
I learned how under water tunnels are built, how bridges, and railroad tracks are all built using physics. More specifically how in the heat metal expands and the opposite in the cold so when building bridges or railroad tracks they must plug the numbers into a formula to see just how much the metal will expand or contrast. Without physics transportation would be very difficult.
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Advice for students:
If you are thinking of taking this course first ask yourself if you are good at numbers and formulas because if you aren't then this might not be a course for you as I heard people that struggle at math have struggled in this course. If this is needed anyway then I would say to keep going over problem after problem, you may need to put more time in after class than others but there is only so many way they can ask a problem so by practicing and repetition is the key to success in this class.