Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This class can appear very challenging but the important thing to know is that practice is key. This professor assigns a homework for every lecture he gives, and the assignments are not very long. These same problems along with the examples he does in class are what show up on exams. Also, don't panic if you don't understand a proof; they're not on exams, just good to know.
The highlight of this course was learning how it connects to real life applications in physics. The professor likes to show how each topic can be used in real life and mostly how it can be used in the physics field. The professor is also a very nice guy and very accommodating. He truly cares about how well his students understand and is quite entertaining in class.
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Advice for students:
Do the homeworks and go to class and recitation. The same exact problems show up on the exam.