The learning curve (yet another one) was great. I only found 2 points in the section where I found it hard to comprehend, the Intercept Form and Factoring Quadratics. But your answer in the first one really helped me. In the Factoring Quadratics, I just had to replay it 2 more time to understand it.
And thanks to the challenges I can confirm and exercise my understanding of the subjects. I even often start my own challenge by interrupting the video and try to do what I think is gonna be shown. And I don’t remember being that confident and playful when I started learning how to code.
For now I have not solved that much stuff with what I learned. But when I am doing even a bit of math while coding I do it with much more confidence.
I am somewhat new at math, it’s a skill I haven’t touched since high school. And a gap I had to fill for my game programming. So the fact that the flow of this course is so great, even for me… I couldn’t be happier.
If I had one critic about this section is that I would have liked to go back to game stuff more frequently. More than the “lava obstacle” example. To have more example of the uses of curves and equations in games. Things that makes me think “Oh that’s so useful”, “So that’s how you do this!”.
I have to say I can’t wait for the next section, and the ones after. This is really useful, fun and compelling.