Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The professor treats the students like adults, not children that need to be persuaded or forced to learn. He does his best to impart his understanding of the material and make it interesting with relevant situations. He grades on students' understanding of the material, not how much homework you can do, and he doesn't try to trick students on the tests.
Vectors, Gradients, Lagrange method; interesting ways to solve difficult problems. When there is no way to directly come to a final solution, there is always approximation. How to solve equations with multiple variables.
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Advice for students:
Read the book along with the lectures. When the book isn't making sense, the Professor will help clear it up. When the professor's lecture isn't enough, the book usually has clear equations outlined and explanations to help your understanding.