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Math-heavy
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This class was tough.
Course Overview:
It was truly a voluminous class as there was lots of material to learn and then comprehend, but that's what made it so exceptional. I would recommend it because it will challenge you, guaranteed. Unless you are an actual math phenom, the material will take an in depth analysis, stuff you will really have to indulge in. It will be important to be able to really collaborate with your classmates, probably thee most important thing you will need to do.
Course highlights:
A thorough insight into the applications of Algebra and all the concepts that go in depth into very advanced math. Everything from limits to anti-derivatives you will learn, along with how to use these different ideas in life, real world applications. Also including numerous graphing concepts.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
The most important thing you will need to really excel in this class is being able to effectively work with your classmates. Almost every concept you want to really grasp, you would have to work out with those around you. It really helps to comprehend the idea, and then after you understand it, practice it. Also you can not slack in this class as you will really have to put in the time working at the different concepts.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
I would recommend this course because it is overall exciting, fun, and challenging. If you love math, you will love this teacher. He will make the course fun and help you as much as you need. He even calls on everybody row by row, so he knows who is having trouble, and who is doing fine in class.
Course highlights:
Other than Calculus, I learned to schedule my time better because of all the work given. The highlights of this course are when he derives equations and actually shows that memorization is not needed in math.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Need to have taken Pre-Calculus and have actually understood the things learned in that course. Overall Calculus just like any other course is based on applying yourself. If one tries their best, and takes the time to study and pay attention in class, then all students should do well in this course. P.S. Laugh at his jokes, cause they are kind of funny.