Hey everyone, I am currently in College Physics 1 right now, and Calculus 2. Both courses are going seemingly well. I have an 'A' in both classes, but I do devote a lot of time to studying. Between the two I probably put in about 20 hours/week depending on the material covered. Right now were covering applications to integrals in Calc 2, which I've been studying a lot less for. Maybe a couple hours a week.This is also my first time ever taking a physics course, so I'm by no means an expert with Physics. In fact, contrary. I make 1000 mistakes before working a problem correctly. But, I've been doing well in the class. This Summer I am thinking about taking Calc. 3 with Engineering Physics 1. It's also worth noting our Summer semesters are 12 weeks vs 16 weeks, so they're still fairly long. From our syllabus: Calc 3 is: A standard third course in calculus. Topics include polar coordinates and polar curves; vectors and analytical geometry in three dimensions; vector-valued functions and curvature; components of acceleration; functions of several variables; limits and continuity in three-space; partial and directional derivatives; gradients, tangent planes, and extreme of functions of two variables; multiple integrals in rectangular, polar, spherical, and cylindrical coordinates; applications of multiple integrals to area, volume, moments, centroids, and surface area. EP1 is: Fundamental principles of physics, using calculus, for science, computer science, and engineering majors; the principles and applications of classical mechanics, including harmonic motion, physical systems and thermodynamics; and emphasis on problem solving. Intended for majors in engineering, physics, chemistry, and mathematics. The reason I want to do this is to take Statics in Fall. They only offer it in Fall Semesters, and I am at a community college right now. Next fall I won't be there anymore, so I want to get as much out of the way as I can. Thanks.