Not too easy. Not too difficult.
My professor took a long time to explain topics my classmates could explain to me in ten minutes, however, I did learn many things that I did not cover in my previous precalculus class. If anything, this class felt easier than my class in high-school, which put my mind at ease as we were going through difficult topics. My professor also made us more aware of specific formulas and topics that would be carried on into the next class which was extremely helpful.
My main highlight was in the third unit on shapes, more specifically triangles and circles as well as how trig identities fit. While I was used to learning these concepts in pieces, seeing how they come together to solve a math problem was almost enlightening, and I had an easy time understanding the material. That was also my first A on a math exam which I was immensely proud of considering my limited math skills.
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Advice for students:
If you feel like the topics are being over-complicated, do not be afraid to ask your friends. My classmates and I got together a few times before tests to cover certain concepts my professor could not explain easily, so working together with your peers will be a great way to understand the information.