Average Rating
Course Difficulty
Easy 20%
Medium 0%
Hard 80%
Top Course Tags
Background Knowledge Expected
Math-heavy
Always Do the Reading
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
Dulock does a great job at explaining concepts that would easily stump other professors to explain and students to understand.
Course highlights:
I haven't used much Cal 2 since that semester
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
The Homework is negotiable in Theory but not in Practice. Meaning, you should just do the homework always
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
this course was requirement for me. you do need to put in the time in order to do well but thats the same with any class really
Course highlights:
derivatives, antiderivates, taylor series, p-series... just math stuff
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
if you need help or you're struggling, go find help. Thats how I managed through the class
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
The professor is splendid. He keeps you focused and prepares lectures very well. He sets up lectures so that it all connects as the difficulty of learning the specific chapter or topic increases. He's extremely intelligent and makes a super difficult class fun.
Course highlights:
I learned mostly integral Calculus. Being able to solve all types of integrals: trigonometric, algebraic, improper fraction integrals, etc. The series and sequences section was one of my favorites. It was highly difficult, but the application for it goes beyond the theory which makes it super interesting. The foundation for computers and programming comes from there, trigonometric functions, nature, physics, etc. The last section was the most interesting: polar coordinates. Being able to create non-linear shapes with simple equations was fun.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Be sure to seek for help from the professor by meeting during office hours. Practice the topics being learned continuously so that most of it becomes repetition through memorization. A lot of it is easier when the first two or three steps are memorized, since a lot of the problems you use the same integrations or derivations.