Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I would recommend this course because, the teacher is very involved with the class. He teaches to his best ability and makes sure everyone in the class understands what is going on. He challenges us to do our best even when we think we cant.
Course highlights:
The highlights of this course is, being able to solve equations without any numbers in it. Which most people may know most equations need to have numbers to solve them. But my teacher walked us through how to accomplish this problem.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
The advice I would give student is, take this course it is very helpful. It shows you how to problem solve and it may not just be in math. It is also in life, always study! Math isn't easy and you need to understand how to do everything in order to move on.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
I reccomend this course because it made you think outside the box. You are always thinking hard, and making your brain work hard too. It challenges you to apply what you have learned throughout your years in highschool so far. Everything you have learned in math throughout highschool connects to calculus. If you don't understand something, or if you are stuck, Mr. Svirbly will always make time for you to be able to answer questions and stay after class to explain something.
Course highlights:
I've been gaining a lot of knowledge in calculus. We really go indepth as to how graphs work and why they are what they are, as well as what causes them to form into the shape they are in. My favorite thing we have learned so far in calculus is the derivatives of functions. I think derivatives of functions and graphs are really interesting and cool to learn.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
You need to make sure you ask questions if you have trouble understanding something. Everything you learn in calculus builds and is connected to the last chapter you learned. You need to make sure you understand the material for tests and for class. Asking questions is the biggest advice I can give to someone. Math is not my strongsuit, but I definitely have been able to perform a lot better in class when I ask questions to my teacher. I also perform better when I make time to meet up with my teacher outside of class to go over important things I am not fully grasping.