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MATH 100 Differential Calculus with Applications to Physical Sciences and Engineering

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    Mar 01, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Math 100 is a required course for students in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. Integral calculus is important especially for the Engineering students because they will need to use and apply their skills in their third and fourth years at UBC. Differential calculus isn't a bad course overall, but the final was really hard. I didn't take calculus back in high school which was one of my biggest regrets.

    Course highlights:

    My quiz scores improved over time and I started to understand the course inside out. Despiting the fact that I didn't do so great in this course, I am happy that I passed. In differential calculus, I learned how the Theorems work and why they work. I also learned that if you take the derivative of the function, you can find its slope at any given point.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    Review and do lots of practice! Math isn't a course where you can learn everything by just looking at your lecture notes. Also, if you're stuck on a question, ask you friends, use piazza, ask your prof and use all the resources you have. If you're struggling in the course, I would highly recommend getting a math tutor. Most importantly, do not fall behind in this class.

    • Winter 2016
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