Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Calculus 2 gives you the incredible insight that all functions can be written as an infinite series of polynomials. Once that puzzle piece sinks in, you realize how beautiful the mathematical nature f the universe is.
You learn how to integrate a whole host of functions using a wide variety of techniques. The rest of the course involves looking at sequences and series, determining divergence and convergence, and representing functions as infinite series.
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Advice for students:
Put in the effort to understand the underlying concepts beneath all of the math you learn. If you understand something deeply enough, it's okay if you forget a formula or two, because your understanding will allow you to reason out the answer. Also, spend time practicing the problems. Calculus involves a lot of creativity and being able to look at things in multiple ways. The more problems you do, the better you will become.