Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
To pass this class with A always be on class and more important do all your homework assigned because quizzes and exams are homework from the book and sometimes example work in class
Course highlights:
I learn in this class what method to use when calculating area of a curve, also what method to used to find if a series or a sequence is convergent of divergente
Hours per week:
12+ hours
Advice for students:
Don't miss class. Go to office hours for more question, and always do your homework
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
You absolutely need this course for engineering. For many students, this is the most difficult of the Calculus series. For some students, Franecki is a difficult instructor, but he teaches well. Show up to each class ready to write a lot and to think hard.
Course highlights:
You learn for the first time how to extend the concepts from Calc 1 into the 3D realm. You learn so many more ways to use integrals, and so many new kinds of functions you can integrate. This can be both exciting and overwhelming. Rotating curves over the axes, and finding the volume of sections of a sphere blew my mind.
Hours per week:
12+ hours
Advice for students:
Review all of the basics from Calc1 before taking this. Chain rule, u-substitution, and trig functions especially. There is a lot of material and a variety of new concepts introduced quickly. You don't want to be wasting time double checking the basics. Read each chapter section before it is lectured on. Always do your homework! It's not graded, but you need to think of it as part of your grade. Because if you don't do the homework, you won't be able to do the exams. This is one of the few classes that you actually cannot cram for.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I would recommend this course because it's fun class and the teacher is really helpful.
Course highlights:
We learn mostly about calculus like limit, integration, derivative.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
You need to do homework every time you come to course.