Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course was an excellent course taught by an excellent professor. Despite being labelled Calculus III, it was in a sense easier than Calculus II as the techniques of Calculus III allowed us to simplify many calculations from Calculus II which would have otherwise been painful and tedious.
In this course we learned about the geometry of functions of multiple variables, partial differentiation, partial integration, integration over paths, integration over various regions, iterated integrals, applications of iterated integrals to calculating area and volume, and Green's Theorem.
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Advice for students:
Before taking this course it is highly advisable to review your linear algebra, and your calculus I and II. Power series were not important for this course, so don't waste time reviewing them. However, make sure you are comfortable with the basic trigonometric identities. Also, advanced techniques of integration (i.e. those beyond u-substitution) were unnecessary, but this may vary with your instructor.