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    Dec 24, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    i do recommend it because it is no doubt the indepth eye for any prospective engineer to engineering mathematics and analytical thinking. It not only introduces you to the numbers and formulas but also opens the eyes of the prospective engineer to see from certain fundamental perspectives

    Course highlights:

    The highlights of the course i would say majorly are the 'differentials' as wells as 'numeric operations' parts of the course, where the student has to get accustomed to rules and definitions, which might initially look intimidating but once learnt is the key to solving very many subsequent problems in the course.

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    6-8 hours

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    I would highly recommend two major things namely; keeping an open mind as well as being as studious as possible. keeping an open mind in the sense that new methods and rules would be introduced during the course timeline and a clear and receptive mind would be the best ground for such concepts to find root. In addition, being studious is an important factor as there will be lots of notes and principles to read, understand and interprete, hence, the more time spent reading and practising these principles the better. The best results are only obtained by diligence and dedication

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