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Go to Office Hours
Many Small Assignments
Math-heavy
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
She is a very helpful professor, she explains well and very clear. When we have a question we just email her and she usually replays very quickly.
Course highlights:
I am learning how to be responsible, and how to study because if you do not study this class will not be easy.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Do the homework, attend class, go to tutoring, and look for help.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
Professor Lovelace is absolutely passionate about what he teaches, calculus. When somebody in my class did not understand what he was teaching he would take the time to explain to the entire class and made sure none of us fell behind.
Course highlights:
I learned a great deal from this course. I love the fact that he gives us some time during class to work on our homework that way if we have any questions about certain problems he would help us out step by step.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Although all of the homework assignments are due every Friday, I suggest students get it done the day it is assigned because they have just learned about it. It also good to do the homework that same day because if they leave it and do it all at once it is going to be more difficult.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
The format of the lectures are very clear on how to solve important problems covered on the homework and exams. The professor is very responsive to questions and does his best to help you understand with the limited time there is in class.
Course highlights:
Usually there are little to no application in math courses, but this one is full of them. The most notable ones I can think of are the various applications of the first and second derivatives of the function. The business applications focus on how to calculate revenue and how to maximize it. The science applications are how to calculate the replication of cells or the remaining amounts of radioactive elements based on their half - life. There is also bits and pieces of mathematical theorem and history of important mathematicians that make the lectures not as boring.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Do the homework as you're learning the material. Don't wait until the weekend before because the assignments pile up like no other. The practice quizzes and tests are good study material and I think it's worth it to do all of them.