Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course, although rigorous, is a very useful and intellectually stimulating class. I was able to further both my general math skills and my understanding of complex mathematics. The concepts were relatively easy to understand and the course load was not unrealistic. Overall, the class was interesting and very useful.
Calculus allowed me to review and refine my skills from previous math classes including algebra, trigonometry, and pre-calculus. We studied topics covered in most college classes including limits, derivatives, and integrals. The class also covered many other general calculus topics while also teaching the students the value of self-exploration of the material.
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Advice for students:
There are three main pieces of advice I could give to fellow students taking the course. The first is to study a lot. In order to have good success, the student must study the material frequently. Secondly, the student must practice many problems for each chapter in order to master the material. Lastly, I recommend that the students ask questions because the material can be complicated at times and if you get lost it is challenging to catch up.