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This subject is interesting but fairly intense. It mainly revolves around basic maths (predominantly trigonometry) and physics. Prior knowledge of these areas isn't required (though the basic principles may be helpful). As long as you go to classes and do the work it's quite easy to pass. I also highly recommend doing the readings as it explains the lecture content more concisely and shows you how to solve the math problems associated with each topic/principle.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014