Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I love math, and I especially love calculus. Groah was great at teaching it, and he showed support for his students. He was there for you if you were struggling.
I learned to solve a variety of differential equations and different methods of doing so. The forms ranged from first-order limear to separable to higher-order ODE's., and the methods included variation of parameters, umdetermined coefficients, the method of Frobenius, homogenous. The more adjectives used to describe a DE, the better.
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Advice for students:
If you are having difficulty grasping the new concepts, don't freak out; the review days will likely be full of revelations and sudden understanding. If you're intimidated by Groah's intelligence, it is rightfully so. However, you are free to work problems at a slower pace than he does. Calm down.