Special thanks to Prof. Vladimir Podolskii and Prof. Alexander S. Kulikov for their amazing explanations and diligent visuals of the concepts as well as problem sets. You Rock!
It's a perfect introduction to combinatorics and probability, short, fun, and easy to understand. I would like to see more puzzles, those are extremely fun and interesting
By Abhinav M•
Probability courses could have been more structured and more about definitions
By Афанасьев И В•
Для новичков в теорвере на 4, чисто база которую нужно дальше развивать
By Nikhil Y•
it was really amazing to work on this course!!
By Jinqiang Z•
it's good in general. But slightly too simple.
By Elton M•
The probability section could be more visual.
By Saurabh P•
Great course with lots of exercises.
By Michael K H E•
Prof Vlad has really great examples!
Probability section was little weak
By Lionel L R Q•
The last assignment is fun :)
It was very good
By Lakshman P•
By Tarun M•
This course really brought the best out of me in terms of logical programming. The last task needed hours of hard work, but was a fun challenge. However, I felt that the instructors could have been a bit more responsive on the forums to help us clear our doubts.
By Amy G•
Learning content was too easy - covers things from high school algebra. The instructions for the final project also don't indicate that you have to redefine all previous functions in each code block for the code to be graded correctly.
By Remy E F•
Sometimes difficult to follow along with the accent for material that I already found new and challenging. Needed to supplement with Khan Academy and other sources.
By huda g•
the course was so amazing but sorry it was little hard in weeks 2
the sum of tringle i didn't understand it !!
By Rajat J•
Great course! I did have issues understanding initially due to the accent of the professors.
By Rohit k•
Material is not that strong and new for a math student, it should be more challenging.
By kobi c•
This is already the fifth online course I take, both here in Coursera and also in Udacity. Overall I have to say that the topics presented here are VERY important, but sadly I couldn't follow the lecturers, I think Coursera should set at least a minimal rough for presenting and teaching and also punctuation and accent