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Great Intro to the Subject
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I would recommend this course to those who need a refresher on basic mathematics operations and the like. This course also offers a glimpse into trigonometry, delving into topics such as the unit circle and identities. This course is a great spring board into the more advanced topics with its wide range of topics.
Course highlights:
I learned a lot of useful memorization techniques for angles and unit circle properties. Another highlight would be the section specifically dedicated to algebra because this is such a basic math that it is easy to lose hold of amongst other harder courses.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
STAY ON TOP OF MY MATHLAB. Since most of the homework, labs, etc are online it is very easy to miss deadlines. You get reminders via email but sometimes they're wrong or old. Keep track of your assignments and take full advantage of the tools provided online. It's a great way to study because you're able to get examples or do a step-by-step solution so you can possibly learn concepts that you may not possibly grasped in class.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
It covers a lot of your basic math fundamentals. So it partially acts as a great refresher course for more complex courses in the future.
Course highlights:
The highlights of the course were probably chapters 6-8. This is where you learned the majority of your trig terms and functions. The way she taught them made it very easy to remember the identities and you will likely need them in the near future.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Make sure to stay on top of my mathlab! the professor relies on it pretty heavily as i suspect most professors do nowadays. The assignments have very useful tools to assist you so there is no reason for anyone not to receive a 100% on the homework or the labs. My Mathlab is very useful in general because you can go over what you messed up on and why. The explanation is often more useful than what you do in class.