This class was tough.
Professor Kaden is passionate and funny in class, but he is really fast paced. You can ask him to slow down, and he will, but he will eventually speed back up to a confusing point. Students should definitely read ahead, and look through the power points that he posts before the lecture. He does count clicker questions as participation points. Homework is done online and is sometimes really difficult as most online math related courses are. Kaden posts all of the answers and solutions online for students to reference and these will always help while studying for the exams.
The course starts off easy enough, with reviewing the math required to begin learning physics. Then it will go to linear motion with one and two dimensions, force and its relationship to motion, circular motion, kinetic and potential energy, linear momentum, rotational motion, torque and angular motion.
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Office house, tutoring, study groups, the teaching assistant is also super helpful to use. I used Khan Academy and websites like course hero and wolfram alpha.