Jul 03, 2018
Very well structured for a refresher course. Thank you Professor Ghrist for your effort in putting this course together. A little additional outside research was required but well worth the effort.
Dec 16, 2016
Excellent class. Prof. Ghrist has a great teaching style, and his idea to use Taylor Series first is quite effective. Many functions I have shied away from in the past are now familiar to me.
von Xiaolin H•
Feb 09, 2018
Wonderful lectures! Clear and succint! It would be greater if more application examples are involved.
von Huang-Yu C•
Mar 22, 2018
I learn a lot by participating in the class! Thank you professor~ and also thanks UPenn
von Snehal D•
Apr 28, 2018
von José A D S•
Dec 01, 2017
Es un curso excelente, me gusta mucho, propone muchos retos.
von Xiaoming J•
May 22, 2017
Very good organized and I especially like the exercises in this course which is both challenging and doable.
von Hemant K A•
Feb 02, 2016
A really very good course. I learnt a lot. Many thanks to the instructor.
von Noe G S G•
Apr 27, 2016
Mr. Robert Ghrist is an excellent teacher. It's a dificult course.,You wil need to practice very much. But you can do it.
von Wolfe G•
Feb 17, 2017
A little scary to start with Taylor series, but once mastered, it gives a depth of understanding not given by other MOOCs I have found on the subject.
von Juan J C C•
Jun 27, 2017
Muy bueno, explicaciones muy acertadas y excelentes ejecicios.
von Mohamed K E•
Dec 17, 2015
amazing class even for an experienced student like myself , i had many gaps in my understanding of calculus that was filled by this class
von WU C•
Feb 04, 2017
Excellent Course! Thank you professor Ghrist!
von Dmitry P•
Feb 14, 2018
For me the most difficult part was "order of growth". It would be very nice if this subject was explained more detailed. It was rather hard course for me (I can't do all the exercises in time). Big thanks for many exercises and for few errors.
von Jerry M•
Dec 26, 2016
This is an excellent course! I enjoyed the problem sets and the Bonus Lectures. Well Done!
von João D M P•
Jan 03, 2016
The taylor series insight on growth orders and differentiation as well as function definition is invaluable. The lecturer is superbly original in both presentation of the material, but also on an integrative exposition.
Feb 29, 2016
Simply put, this is the best course on Coursera, part one.
von Alvin L•
Jun 16, 2017
Great lecturer. The quiz questions can get pretty tough, at least for me. I found the explanations of Taylor series clearer than any I had in school.
von EDILSON S S O J•
Mar 11, 2016
Amazing!!!! The best course ever!!!!!
von Luoqi W•
Aug 30, 2017
Absolutely phenomenal class. Prof. G leads the students in a tasteful exploration into the world of calculus with a curious heart and methodical mind. Lectures are grouped into weeks as mini-series and usually begin with a thought-provoking question or statement. These are immediately followed up with definitions and principles that lay the ground for further examination. But fear not if abstractions aren't your expertise, an army of concrete examples accompany you every step along the way.
Personally I completed this course on Coursera the summer before I entered college in 2013 as an electrical engineering student. To my amazement, even today in 2017 after all those years' bombardment from college level courses I am still revisiting Single Variable Calculus and find it a fresh breeze of air. Thank you Professor G and your team for creating what will be remembered as not just a great math class but a wonderful intellectual adventure.
von Adam O•
Mar 29, 2017
This was very explanatory and helpful. I would recommend it to many of my friends and colleagues.
von Dmitry K•
Oct 29, 2016
Very interesting and enlightening!
von Michael G D•
Jan 19, 2018
Mar 25, 2016
i am finally beginning to understand calculus!
It is perfectly paced, and the core homework, while simple really makes you think about what you learned. And prepares you for tougher things, like the challenge homework.
von Aleksey C•
Dec 29, 2016
When I retake homework tasks I try to fix tasks I failed on previous attempt. IMHO it make sense to not repeat them all but provide only tasks that were solved incorrectly. Repeating ALL tasks just wastes my time for reentering correct answers and is error-prone process.
von Mikael S•
Mar 02, 2017
Great professor, explain very clearly and give example. I liked!
von martin p•
Dec 25, 2017
Excellent approach to calculus with top notch material