Pretty easy, overall.
I would recommend this course because it focuses on a more in depth application of integrals and the professor teaches at a slower pace. The slower pace is important because there is a lot of memorization of identities and formulas, so this slower pace allows for more time to prepare for the exams. Also the professor does a great job of proving certain identities and formulas to teach students where these important tools come from.
I learned a lot about different ways to integrate. The best part about this course is the professor gives you all the tools you need to solve the problems and then he challenges you to decide the best approach for each problem. This helps with decision making and problem solving skills.
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The biggest tip I would give is know your trig identities and your formulas. If you know your formulas it makes deciding how to approach each problem easier. Also I would review the basic derivative and integral rules before taking this class.