This class was tough.
Course Overview:
Very easy to use system for homework using MyMathLab. The "Help me solve this" option is available in his course along with "Example" and "Textbook."
Course highlights:
Was able to thoroughly understand algebra for any equations through how he taught. Also learned log and ln equations and how to solve them as well as learning Trig.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Do your homework and your quizzes. They will add up. Also the professor posts a study guide before every exam. The exam is made up of questions he pulls out of the study guide. So it is Highly Recommended to do the study guide assignment more than once for efficient practice.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
The class was difficult to grasp, but if you go see him during his office hours or go see the math tutors then you will do okay in the class. Is he a very nice guy with an interesting sense of humor. No homework in the class.
Course highlights:
I liked that you didn't need a calculator to figure out the math problems because they were easy enough. You don’t need to go to every class. This class may be a good prep if you are taking calculus.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Visit him during his office hours if you don't understand something or go see the math tutors in the JC. Do well on the exams.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
I would recommend this course for anyone who is dedicated and committed to learning mathematics. This is a difficult course but if you put the time and effort into learning the material, you are sure to remember it to use for future math courses. This may not be the course for you if you have difficulties in math as it was one of the hardest courses I have ever taken.
Course highlights:
I learned much more than math. I learned how to teach myself difficult material that I would normally ignore if I did not understand it after the first lecture. This course has made me a more disciplined and determined student.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Use lecture notes to do as many practice problems as you can. Read the textbook chapters after corresponding lectures. If you need help learning difficult material, do not wait to go to office hours or learning assistants. This class moves fast. If you work hard you should succeed.