Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course has given me a great understanding into the basics of my major. Since I am a student who has intended to major in engineering, Physics 1 was the foundation of what the rest of my degree was going to be like. I would recommend this course because it gives a student a vast understanding of the universe and it can be enjoying for a someone with a scientific mind.
Physics 1 was an approach into classical mechanics. Some of the topics included velocity/acceleration, elasticity, fluid mechanics, gravitation, and mechanical waves. This class had a fascinating approach to the physics involved in our universe. With the knowledge of physics, one may be able to determine the precise age of the Earth or the rate at which the universe is expanding. The lectures in the class were very intriguing that even a student who has a hard time grasping the material would be amused by what we learn.
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Advice for students:
As fascinating as this class can be, it is just as tedious. For a student to be successful in the class, they must chase excellence. This may requires hours of studying after class (at least for the summer). However, if a student were to expand their knowledge of physics, and think about their everyday movements, such as driving your car, running while increasing your speed, or pulling/pushing an object, the concept of the class will be more understanding.