Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
Calculus is a really fun math subject, and the methods of integration that you are taught in Calc 2 seem like really clever tricks to work around with integrals we wouldn't normally be able to solve. It's a breeze with Professor Rawlings and plenty of practice too!
Course highlights:
Besides Professor Rawlings being awesome, my favorite concepts were Integration by Parts, solving integrals of trig powers, and trig substitution. Along with those, we covered areas, areas of revolution, volumes of revolution, centers of mass, arc length, work, pappus's theorems, exponential growth, reduction formulas, and partial fractions!
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Do the homework, ask questions in class, take a supplemental workshop for extra practice, focus during the lectures, be meticulous with your work and you should have success!
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
YES! The course itself was extremely intense and rigorous, but the professor was by far the most amazing professor I've ever had. He was a real character and you could never get bored in his class. He was hilarious, but at the same time extremely witty and great at making the complicated simple.
Course highlights:
I learned extremely efficient ways of doing long mathematical problems. I couldn't name any in particular because it's been awhile since I've done any calculus. He's all about making the long crazy math problems as short and easy as possible. And he's great at it.
Hours per week:
12+ hours
Advice for students:
Do the homework. It's almost never mandatory, but trust me, just do it.