Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Eric is a great professor. He is well educated on the subject but also knows how to explain material to students who aren't necessarily math brains. The course is straight forward and follows a simple flow as an introductory discrete math class. This material was relevant for both my math and computer science courses.
I learned a lot about how to count probability and the complexity of certain real world situations. This is helpful for computer science to understand how to better write programs with simplistic algorithms.
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Advice for students:
Go to class. It's a big lecture class, but hearing this information explained in person is much easier to understand than simply reading the book and posted lecture slides.