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His lectures are clear as he explicitly writes out every step for solving a problem.
Sometimes he skips proofs and/or explanations and tells us to refer to his notes posted on CCLE. His notes are hand-written but readable and pretty detailed.
Homework is doable. He goes over some HW problems during his office hour, which is helpful.
Midterm and Final can be challenging, but they are open book, open notes, open R, open calculator, etc., and he gives extra credit problems on the final.
He replies to your emails promptly and answers your questions with detailed explanations.
I was lucky to have a super nice TA who reviews concepts and goes over homework problems in discussion sections, which also helps.
ugh i am taking this class right now and it is just a mess lmao. no one goes to lecture and he never gives any feedback. most of us got a B on the midterm, but ... thats 45% of our grade so nearly impossible to get an A in the class unless we ace the final. he doesnt provide solutions for anything, and they take forever to grade hw, and even when they do they don't really explain how we were wrong just says "its wrong." workload is doable, but their grading is so harsh without explanation its frustrating :/ i had swee hong for math 170e and id recommend him
Grade Composition: 45% Midterm + 25% HWK (Assigned weekly from Week 2 to Week 10; 9 in total) + 30% Final
The Professor was very willing to help during his Office Hours. He did give clues to challenging homework problems.
The distribution of easy, medium, and hard questions on the exams was around 50%, 30%, and 20%.
The only thing I disliked about this class might be that my TA could hardly speak English. I simply skipped discussions and hardly took advantage of any resources from her.
Fair Professor and pretty tough class for me, so definitely requiring some hard work.