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Great Intro to the Subject
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I recommend this course because it is highly engaging, and Ms. Peterkofsky is a very thorough teacher. She takes time to help students by answering their questions, demonstrating problems in class that students have trouble on, and by making quizzes fairly easy. The class lectures are well-organized and explained, which helps us to do the homework with as much independence as possible.
The highlights of the course are that I learned how to calculate derivatives and anti-derivatives of calculus functions, how to derive sine and cosine functions, and how to apply derivative and anti-derivative formulas to real-world examples through word problems involving geometry and/or trigonometry as well.
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Advice for students:
In order to succeed in this course, you should have good independent study skills and good computational skills. You also should be willing to participate in class, since examples of the homework and quiz problems are covered often.