Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course is a requirement for many other upper division math courses. With that being said, not everyone takes it quite as seriously as they should. This course prepares you greatly for Math 118A, real analysis, and Math 145, topology. If you put in the necessary work to learn the concepts and proof types for this course, it will make those courses much more comprehensible.
The most important thing I gained was learning how to do epsilon-delta proofs.
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Advice for students:
Attending lecture and paying attention in class are critical to passing the course. Especially since Professor Panagiotou spend the beginning of class explaining homework or exam problems that were difficult.