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Always Do the Reading
Background Knowledge Expected
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I loved this course! The professor was great and very knowledgeable in his area of study. He knew various methods combined with jokes that directly tailored to fit the real world circumstances. I understood in-depth analysis of calculus and then I became a math tutor to the college.!
Understanding concepts behind the material is the most important. But do not worry if you cannot understand it fully, get on with the mechanics and know how to solve. Then start visualizing the solids formed by revolution, when you start to see these images in your brain, it will take you to a whole new level. This class was Calculus I and had me exposed into new materials with a broader aspect.
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Advice for students:
Do home work! Not only the ones the instructor assigns, but tackle the other problems as fail. Don't be afraid to fail, take it to the professor in the next class period and he will help you solve it. Next, read the text book. Thomas Calculus 13th edition contains complex material broken down into smaller constituents to help grasp easier. Lastly, please do not skip class. Attendance will help you get a good grade!