Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
The professor has a clear logic and cares about students. He tells funny jokes too! He loves Rick and Morty. The most energetic professor I have ever met!
Course highlights:
The professor will upload the lecture notes and answer students' questions very very patiently.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
The professor is making abstract ideas easy to understand. However, the homework questions are not easy. Students need to spend some time out of class thinking about the ideas in order to fully understand everything. Prepared for pop quizzes.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I would recommend this course because I believe that this course has much to offer for both a math major and a general college student. The reason is this course provides invaluable practice for mathematicians, engineers, computer scientists, chemists, coding and computer programming. As a result, this course possesses widespread application. This is because the key goal of this course is to provide both non-math majors and math majors the tools needed for them to succeed.
Course highlights:
There many highlights from this course. Dr. West is a very accommodating and compassionate teacher who only wants his students to succeed. In addition, he was very helpful and concise in his lecturing. From him, I learned a variety of topics from the course itself. For instance, I learned about matrix operations, orthogonality, and linear transformations. In addition, I learned about how much of what I learned is emphasized in business plans and computer programming.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
I would advise to always be prepared and to not procrastinate. The homework, whilst not difficult, can still be incredibly time-consuming. As a result, working on the assignment at the last possible moment will provide very little success. I also advise trying to meet with Dr. West to eliminate any possible doubts derived from the homework itself. Dr. West is a patient professor who is not afraid of repeatedly explaining the concepts introduced in the homework. In order to succeed on exams, I advise studying all past homework assignments and reviewing all lecture notes as any and all possible questions will be derived on the concepts discussed in class. In conclusion, practice is a must.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I would recommend this course because I believe that this course has much to offer for both a math major and a general college student. The reason is this course provides invaluable practice for mathematicians, engineers, computer scientists, chemists, coding and computer programming. As a result, this course possesses widespread application. This is because the key goal of this course is to provide both non-math majors and math majors the tools needed for them to succeed.
Course highlights:
There many highlights from this course. Dr. West is a very accommodating and compassionate teacher who only wants his students to succeed. In addition, he was very helpful and concise in his lecturing. From him, I learned a variety of topics from the course itself. For instance, I learned about matrix operations, orthogonality, and linear transformations. In addition, I learned about how much of what I learned is emphasized in business plans and computer programming.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
I would advise to always be prepared and to not procrastinate. The homework, whilst not difficult, can still be incredibly time-consuming. As a result, working on the assignment at the last possible moment will provide very little success. I also advise trying to meet with Dr. West to eliminate any possible doubts derived from the homework itself. Dr. West is a patient professor who is not afraid of repeatedly explaining the concepts introduced in the homework. In order to succeed on exams, I advise studying all past homework assignments and reviewing all lecture notes as any and all possible questions will be derived on the concepts discussed in class. In conclusion, practice is a must.