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Hi, I?m Matthew. I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor?s degree in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. In all of my classes there was a heavy focus on biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics as well as a focus on critical thinking and problem solving skills. I?ve found that my experience with a class is almost entirely determined by the professor and teaching assistants as opposed to the material covered. A good teacher can make the world of diff... [more]

Hello! My name is Christine, and I have been teaching since 2004. I have a B.S. in chemical engineering from UC Berkeley and a M.S. in mathematics from California State University. I currently teach at the University level and have taught everything from basic math and algebra all the way up to calculus. I started my college career at a community college. The first class I ever taught was Intro to Statistics and it is the class I have taught more than any other course. I have also taught... [more]

Limits, derivatives, integrals: the building blocks of technology today and the world around us. From springs, to motion, to beautiful solids, calculus leads the way to understanding what makes our world spin. I have taught Algebra through Pre-Calculus for 5 years and tutored all levels of college math for 4 years. I enjoy helping a student see the fun and excitement in learning that he or she can be good at math. Many times there are several ways to reach a solution to a math problem. I help a student find their best route.... [more]

I took my first calculus course in high school. I studied math and physics as an undergraduate. This is important because physics makes heavy use of calculus. I have also taken advanced calculus courses as both an undergraduate and a graduate student. My name is Alex. I am a 25 year old graduate student in mathematics at CU Denver. I graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.S. in physics and a B.A. in mathematics. I feel most comfortable tutoring in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations because I use these su [more]

I show meaning behind the equations. I teach you to study smart. Whether homework, exams preparation, or lab report, it is going to be not just correct, it's gonna be fun! I taught University Physics at Denver University in 2014 and 2015 and was an instructor of record. I know what your professor is looking for, because I was that professor. ... [more]

I've worked in the analytical software business for a number of years, and have trained software engineers for Fortune 500 companies worldwide. I have extensive practical experience with using math and science for software applications. I have run a software consulting business for over 15 years. I have taught computer science courses for CU/Boulder and Red Rocks Community College. I have B.S. degrees in computer science and physics from Colorado State University. So...why be a tutor? I... [more]

Calculus is best learned by following the rules very closely. Deliberate work leads to fewer mistakes. One of the easiest ways to save time is to remove the need to fix your mistakes. Following this plan long enough leads to consistently high performance and improved speed. Confidence is one of the most important aspects of academic achievement. I build student confidence by asking questions and creating a scaffold for students to learn with. This formula encourages students to take an active role in their learning. When students find the answers themselves, they are much more likely to rememb [more]

If not here, where else am I to brag about receiving the top grade in my class at CU Boulder? A fundamental knowledge base in my career as an engineer, Calculus finally puts together useful math on a vast number of professions. I realized the gaps in math education and obtained a BA in Math to complement my secondary math teaching license. After some years of tutoring, Calc has become my favorite subject! Finally putting my job aside to pursue my passion, I left engineering and completed both a Math degree (Dean's list) and a secondary math teaching license in 2013. I tutored my way throug [more]

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I have taught and tutored university level calculus in math, chemistry, and physics courses for several years. I like to use Mathematica to visualize functions, rates of change, and check solutions. Currently I use these tools to teach and tutor calculus at FRCC, Longmont campus. My educational background is a thorough mix of chemistry, physics, and mathematics. As an undergraduate I had opportunities to tutor and TA chemistry and physics courses as a chem/physics double major, pursue independent studies in applied mathematics, and do original research in spectroscopy that was eventually publi [more]

Calculus! Calculus is the use of the concept of limits to solve math problems involving mathematical functions. It is divided up between differential and integral calculus. Differential calculus is generally easier than integral calculus. Wherever you may be in the curriculum, I can help! Hi! My name is Jon and I?m glad you?re here! I am a very accessible, knowledgeable and proficient tutor who has successfully helped many students increase their confidence, improve grades and pass standardized tests to achieve their goals. Since you are looking at my profile, you or your student has some sort [more]

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