# Calculus I

Calculus I Introductory analytic geometry and calculus. Topics include limits, continuity, differential calculus of algebraic and trigonometric functions with applications to curve sketching, optimization problems and related rates, the indefinite and definite integral, area under a curve, and the fundamental theorem of calculus. Inverse functions and the logarithmic and exponential functions are also introduced along with applications to exponential growth and decay.

Emily was a fantastic professor and if anyone gets the chance they should 1000% take a class with her. She was not only an effective instructor but also was very understanding and fair in her assessments and evaluations. She should definitely be acknowledged for her skill as an instructor but more importantly her ability to be a human being, which other professors seem to forget.

Ms. Morris-Wright is seriously one of the nicest people I've ever met. The lectures are not too fast. The homework is not a big deal, just like once a week and it takes like two to three hours to complete.

Pretty forgiving (you can miss 1 lab, 2 homework assignments (if you do a self-care thing), 1 edfinity exercise and you get extra credit on a couple of things). She puts us on study groups, which I think was really helpful. She uploads literally all the material we go through in class on Canvas with the answers in a clearly structured schedule, which I really appreciate. Pretty easy if you have a strong background in math and she explains concepts clearly, though the fast pace may be tough if you don't.

Pretty forgiving (you can miss 1 lab, 2 homework assignments (if you do a self-care thing), 1 edfinity exercise and you get extra credit on a couple of things). She puts us on study groups, which I think was really helpful. She uploads literally all the material we go through in class on Canvas with the answers in a clearly structure …Read more

Professor Rose is very kind and accommodating. This class is quite difficult for me because I'm not really a math person, but going in for office hours/TA hours helps a lot with homework assignments. Prof. Rose is a very fast-paced lecturer, but again, getting extra help will be useful if the material is harder for you to understand. Quizzes were hard but if you do well on the homework and show up to labs, you should be able to get a good final grade

Professor Rose is very kind and accommodating. This class is quite difficult for me because I'm not really a math person, but going in for office hours/TA hours helps a lot with homework assignments. Prof. Rose is a very fast-paced lecturer, but again, getting extra help will be useful if the material is harder for you to understand. …Read more

Professor Albert is very nice and helpful. She answers any questions someone might have and makes sure her students understand the material. You also get a note sheet for each exam which is nice. You have a week to complete the two weekly homework assignments (one written one online with infinite attempts) which is pretty reasonable. If you put in effort you will do well in this class. I took AP calc AB in high school and I felt like this course was pretty similar to that but if you do not have a background in calc I think that Professor Albert does a great job of explaining topics.

Professor Albert is very nice and helpful. She answers any questions someone might have and makes sure her students understand the material. You also get a note sheet for each exam which is nice. You have a week to complete the two weekly homework assignments (one written one online with infinite attempts) which is pretty reasonable. …Read more

Honestly I loved this class with Professor Rose. Although the class is extremely fast paced and the material in class can be quite confusing, the lab periods working in groups are very enjoyable and effective. There is a lot of homework every week, so I would definitely recommend going to the TA hours, which are VERY helpful. The tests are easy, and would definitely take the class again.

Honestly I loved this class with Professor Rose. Although the class is extremely fast paced and the material in class can be quite confusing, the lab periods working in groups are very enjoyable and effective. There is a lot of homework every week, so I would definitely recommend going to the TA hours, which are VERY helpful. The tes …Read more

Prof Rose Morris-Wright is a nice person but not a good teacher. She goes too fast and gets nervous when she is teaching. attendance is a grade in the class and if you miss a class you will get a 0/1 on that day. There are 3 quizzes and a final that are worth 60% of your grade and they are very hard. I would take the class with someone else.

She goes super fast in class but she is always happy to answer your questions in class and during office hours. She is very understanding and gives credit for effort and her grading on exams is typically generous.

I really enjoyed taking Calculus 1 with Professor Malcolm-White. She was really nice and her exams were easy. If you do the homework (which she gives you a week to complete), the exams will be easy (as she usually takes problems from the problem sets). She is very kind and understanding and will take the time to help you if you need anything. She made me love math and want to take Calculus 2! If you have to take Calculus 1, I highly recommend Professor Malcolm White

I really enjoyed taking Calculus 1 with Professor Malcolm-White. She was really nice and her exams were easy. If you do the homework (which she gives you a week to complete), the exams will be easy (as she usually takes problems from the problem sets). She is very kind and understanding and will take the time to help you if you need …Read more

Genuinely one of the nicest people I've ever met. The lectures are super fast paced but because of how much content is covered in class we have no readings. The homework is once a week and not too bad, 2-3 hours a week.

I already took calc and this was a light course. After being taught this before I can say that the prof is not teaching the material the best way. The homework is harder than the tests and the lectures have many examples and notes are easy to follow. 9ams aren’t so bad but it just makes the class harder to pay attention in.

Homework was fairly reasonable and tests matched what was assigned. The class went pretty fast so if you fall behind in one area it’s pretty easy to get confused. Professor was very eager to help with any questions and explained things pretty clearly.

Professor Rose is very nice and she is very enthusiastic about the material. However, it is hard to follow some of the lectures and the class can become a little repetitive. Test difficulty level is very uneven, it could be really easy or it could be very hard. Group work during labs is very helpful and I would definitely recommend making use of the TAs to get some extra help.

Professor Rose is kind and caring professor. The quizzes are somewhat easy but they test your ability to recall information rather than asking very difficult questions. If you do the homeworks and edfinties, then there is no reason you cannot get an A

As someone who struggled with math in high school, I thought that Professor Morris-Wright was a rather clear lecturer. While there was a good amount of homework, I think that our study groups and other homework helped to reinforce the material.