## Math 160, Calculus for Physical Scientists I, Fall 2011

Calculus for the Physical Scientists I is an introduction to Calculus aimed towards students in mathematics, engineering, physics, and chemistry. The course is designed to be both computational and conceptual. Topics covered include: rates of change, definition of the limit, derivatives, definite and indefinite integrals, and volumes of solids.

## Student Course Survey

Scored on a 5 point scale: (0 = Strongly Disagree, 5 = Strongly Agree)

## QuestionsHow do you rate the instructor's enthusiasm for teaching the subject?
How do you rate the availability of this instructor to help students outside of class? How well did the instructor create an atmosphere that was respectful of student opinions, ideas, and differences? How do you rate this instructor? |
## Weighted Average4.48
4.36 4.60 4.52 |

## Student Comments

"Cory Previte was an extremely helpful and enthusiastic instructor. She was able to communicate and teach the ideas and objectives clearly and with excitement. I enjoyed having her as an instructor."

"Cory, I fully enjoyed this so MUCH more than the last time I took this course. Because of you and your teaching, I am better equipped to do calculus. Dr. K. if your reading this too, Cory was

"Cory is a phenomenal teacher and the only unfortunate thing is that she isn't teaching Math 161. I would not have done as well as I have without her."

"Ms. Previte is the most competent TA I have in any of my classes and was one of my best instructors this year."

"Your going to be a great teacher."

"Cory was an excellent teacher."

"I really liked coming when there were treats or cookies offered."

"Our instructor was always well prepared and was good at explaining most concepts that I found confusing. She respected all the students."

"Cory, I fully enjoyed this so MUCH more than the last time I took this course. Because of you and your teaching, I am better equipped to do calculus. Dr. K. if your reading this too, Cory was

__AMAZING!__I would like to see more economic problems during optimization though.""Cory is a phenomenal teacher and the only unfortunate thing is that she isn't teaching Math 161. I would not have done as well as I have without her."

"Ms. Previte is the most competent TA I have in any of my classes and was one of my best instructors this year."

"Your going to be a great teacher."

"Cory was an excellent teacher."

"I really liked coming when there were treats or cookies offered."

"Our instructor was always well prepared and was good at explaining most concepts that I found confusing. She respected all the students."