Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
His practice midterm and final were very similar to the actual midterm and finals. He also posts his finals on his website so there are multiple resources for you to succeed in this otherwise difficult class. He is very nice and is willing to help.
Course highlights:
Most of the early parts of this class consisted of topics found in Calculus BC, so for many students this will be review (things such as taylor series, tests for divergence/convergence). The later parts consist of vector and vector calculations, which are very useful
Hours per week:
0-2 hours
Advice for students:
The most important part of this class is doing well on most exams. The quizzes are weekly and are 30% of the total grade, so studying for those is a must. They are easy but ask for at least a basic understanding of the previous weeks information. The midterm and the final are very similar to the practice midterms and finals he gives. Doing well on these tests depends on if you did the practice exams. He gives optional supplementary homework which are not worth any points but will help a lot for reviewing
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
I would recommend this course to all engineers. It is necessary for all engineers to understand how vectors are used in everyday life. This course is required for all engineers to complete.
Course highlights:
I learned about vector analysis and how to compute series and sequences.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Definitely begin studying the moment you get hands on the textbook. Come to class with mental questions on the lesson. Read ahead! Ask questions! Ask for help!