Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I highly recommend this course because Weber is a great teacher! He also tries to make it so the class is not too boring by cracking a joke every now and then. If you were to have any questions, all you would have to do is simply ask.
Course highlights:
I learned many different new things compared to calculus 3 such as double and triple integrals, we expanded more on volume, and polar coordinates. We even went on to learn spherical and cylindrical coordinates.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
For me, it was not too hard but it wasn't what you would call an easy blow off course. For me, I guess you could say math comes easier to me so I did not have to put in as much effort. However each person is different. If you are not a math person, then you would probably have to put in more effort to memorize the formulas, and taking the time to learn the different methods to approach each problem. It would also be recommended to work with other students so that you could help each other solve different problems and by doing that you have it down even more than you did before.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
He makes learning fun with his interesting sense of humor therefore making the learning environment less stressful. He is actively concerned with teaching the subject and helping the students achieve a good grade.
Course highlights:
Weber is a great lecturer who knows the grasp of the subject matter. All of his notes will be online on his website including his recordings in case you miss class.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Take your online quizzes early and not a day before it's due just in case of technical difficulties. Look over your past online quizzes and highly advise take the online practice test to get a better understanding of the actual test.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
If you got an A in Calc 2 and 1 you're gonna get an A in this class.
Course highlights:
Great pacing. Online. Ease of use.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Go to every lecture. Do the quizzes and reviews.