Applied Calculus I
Prof: Rowan / Fall 2022
Feb 28, 2023
As someone who usually does good in math and enjoys doing math, the course was alright.
Toward the end of the year, it did get a little difficult. The final Exam was not bad. For every exam, there's a practice exam. If lucky enough, you may get questions that are copied and pasted on exams.
I really liked his teaching style. He had class participation, which gives active learning. He also managed to memorize our names by our faces, which not some instructors do not always do. He was really chill, and a cool guy.
Don't underestimate the content. If you do not understand something, learn it and don't brush it a side. Everything practically builds on itself in math.
Prof: Capovilla-searle / Fall 2022
Dec 7, 2022
I love math, so this class was great. I will say I did have it at 8:30AM on MWF, which sucked, but overall this class was not terrible at all. There is weekly quizzes and three homework assignments a week. Along with three exams, and a cumulative final.
The content of the class just covers the surface level of calculus. I used some of the contexts within my chemistry class, therefore I will say the class is pretty useful.
I really enjoyed my professor. He gave ample amount of extra credit opportunities, he always emailed us practice quizzes prior to our weekly quizzes. He also always held a review session before exams. He always took questions during class and elaborated on the material. He was kind of monotone at 8:30AM, but I do not blame him at all.
If you are taking this class, it really is not that bad. I recommend staying on top of the work, as well as reviewing for exams. On LONCAPA, they post practice questions for the exams, and those questions are almost identical to the exams.
Prof: Tim Rolling / Fall 2022
Dec 5, 2022
It was okay, I didn't like it, I didn't hate it
Content is really easy to understand. He gives guided notes where you just fill in the blanks and then he goes step by step through the practice problems
He's pretty straightforward. And the class goes by easier if people participate to the questions he asks. If the same three people keep answering, he'll get a little annoyed by the rest of the class.
Get T. Rolling specifically for his guided notes. They're god tier.
Prof: Raymond P. Iii / Fall 2021
Mar 1, 2022
If you took a calculus class in high school, this is pretty much just that.
Prof: Samuel Oconnor / Fall 2019
Aug 26, 2021
If you did any kind of IB Math or Calc in high school, this just goes over the same topics.
If you can, take MA 16100 instead of MA 16010. It covers more topics that you may not have learned. Will help you if you decide to CODO into engineering alter on.
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