This class was tough.
It's a hard class (I mean, it's math) but if you practice a lot from the book you'll succeed in the test. The class consists of the professor giving lectures and examples. The tests are usually around 7 exercises; they are doable but tricky at times. It's necessary to put in the extra work so if one doesn't practice, they will fail. The course is only evaluated by the exams; so it can be hard to pull ones grade up sometimes. I don't recommend taking this course with several other hard and/or demanding classes in the semester.
The course is really focused on double or triple integration as well as partial derivatives; the latter being the best part of the course as it was the easiest. A lot of times the concepts were a bit confusing until one actually started applying the theorems and such. That led to much independent study which I think is what I mainly gained from this course; the discipline to apply myself as necessary to study outside of lecture hours.
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Advice for students:
If you're taking this course, it's probably because it's mandatory for you. So take it with this professor; he's great. The people that complain about him are just doing so because they expect 'good professor' to equal 'easy A' which is very far from the truth.