Not too easy. Not too difficult.
this is a course that will improve your understanding of economic theory, make your other economics courses much easier and improve your basic math skills
The course considers the mathematics of, and economic applications of equilibrium, slopes and derivatives, differentials, optimization (maximizing and minimizing stuff like profit, cost and utility), constrained optimization (e.g., maximizing utility subject to the budget constraint), and integration
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This course is integral in understanding future economics courses.