Hi John,

Thanks for the comment – but it looks like you left it in my previous class’ OpenLab site (from Spring 2014) by mistake. If you could post it in the current semester’s OpenLab site that would be great.

Regards,

Prof. Reitz

I agree 100%. the first few days of class i was completely lost because i had forgotten most of my Calc 1 material. Brushing up on how to find derivatives and integration are key to understanding how to work most of these problems. You have to relearn u-substitution and integration by parts to solve some of the DE problems given to you

]]>Hi Gabriel,

Thanks for your reply! But it looks like you left it on the OpenLab site for the 2014 class. Could you copy/paste it to the current site (so I make sure to include it in my grading)?

Thanks,

Prof. Reitz

Sabeeya’s comment has been the most useful so far because it cover what we have done so far throughout the semester, first linear order equation. Therefore, I can relate to this comment. To the other comments not so much because they are too advance, the speak about things I have never seen like ( partial fraction, euler’s and yada yada yada), but I get it I have to get ready for those topics because I’ve seen everybody is getting stomp.

Based on this advice I want to go back to calculus II and learn integration by parts again since my notes are not useful. Right now i’m struggling so hard on webwork doing separable and first linear order equation. 17 tries and counting all I can say is GG.

PD omw to Prof. Reitz’s office hours.

]]>Whoops – thanks for your comment, Carolina, but it looks like you left it on the OpenLab site for last year’s class. Could you copy/paste it to the current site (so I make sure to include it in my grading)?

Thanks,

Prof. Reitz

Based on this advice the changes I can make right now to help me with this course is to review/brush up on calculus 1 and calculus 2. In addition, I can do practice problems to make sure I’m refreshed and fully understand. Lastly, if I have any difficulties I can just ask questions in class, email the professor, go to his office hours, or even ask a classmate for help.

]]>Hi William,

Thanks for the comment – but it looks like you left it in my previous class’ OpenLab site (from Spring 2014) by mistake. If you could post it in the current semester’s OpenLab site that would be great.

Regards,

Prof. Reitz