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Differential: Consider how you have calculated a rate of change until now. A difference in distance, area, volume, etc., was taken, and then it was divided by an interval of time over which the change occurred. Now, shorten the interval of time. Do it again. And, again. And, again--until the interval is infinitesimally small. In fact, let the interval shorten to zero (Yes, this is mathematically possible!). Once done, you will no longer have an average rate of change, but you will have an instantaneous rate of change for a given point in time. The above concept is the foundation upon which the [more]

I am qualified to tutor Calculus because I have passed the course at MIT and placed out of it at University of Texas at Austin. I also tutored the subject for 11yrs at the local community college. My patience and experience have proved to be very helpful in teaching the Calculus to both HS and College students. I have a long history of tutoring math and science at Austin Community College in addition to working as an engineer, so I can understand the application of the math and science. But more importantly, I want my pupils to learn the subject matter so they can solve problems on their ow [more]

I have a Bachelor's degree in physics with a minor in mathematics and engineering (which includes college-level calculus I, II, and III) coupled with the experience in tutoring and teaching both at the high school and adult, college-level. My passion for teaching began during my undergraduate years at University of Nebraska - Lincoln after tutoring dorm-mates and participating in the university?s approved teaching internship where I taught AP calculus and AP physics at two Lincoln high schools: Pius X and Parkview, on a prearranged, alternate basis, with a permanent S.T.E.M. faculty member (10 [more]

I have tutored a number of students preparing for both AP AB and BC calculus. I have also tutored a number of home schoolers in Calculus. I have been a math tutor for five years. I also worked as a middle school math teacher in a high needs school for one year. I believe in the UPS - check method of solving problems. That is: U - Understand the problem - what is being asked P - Plan how you are going to solve the problem S - Solve the problem Check - Check your solution, particularly for reasonableness I believe in giving the students the background so that they can understand how and why c [more]

I have a Bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering from UT Austin and over 5 years of experience teaching both AB and BC Calculus. I spent 5 years as an in-school math tutor for all high school level math subjects (Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Precalculus, and Calculus) as well as physics and have tutored at several different schools in Austin, typically with students considered "at risk" academically. I attended the University of Texas at Austin and obtained my Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering. Although I decided that I enjoyed teaching much more than engineering, that didn't stop [more]

I have my B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics. Calculus was a critical building block for my degree and I have tutored many students in the subject. Hi! I understand that many areas of math can be tricky to grasp. For the past several years, I have worked as a high school and college math tutor to help students build confidence in the material they are learning. I have both classroom and private tutoring experience with a large number of subjects. I received my B.S in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Mathematics from the Colorado School of Mines then continued t [more]

I have been writing code for about 10 years now. I have my degree in Computer Science and I have been working as a software developer professionally for 4 years now. I have picked up many different languages(Python, Java, Scala, JavaScript). I've also been working with Linux for about as long as I've been coding. I'm quite familiar with most of the popular distributions(Cent OS/Red Hat/Fedora family, Debian/Ubuntu/Mint family) as well as how to utilize them in a modern production environment... [more]

I am Sanjana, and I am currently a student at UT Austin studying Biomedical Engineering. I believe that as future leaders of the world, children should be provided with strong foundations and equal access to as many resources as possible. I know how frustrating it can be for students when they are struggling in a particular area, and my hope is to help students overcome such frustrations by facilitating the material in an approachable and patient way. I once had a tutor that, through their pa... [more]

Hello, My name is Joe and I'm a licensed electrical engineer with passion for app development. I'm a former coding bootcamp instructor and I miss mentoring. I'm fluent in JavaScript and Python, including computer science fundamentals. I enjoy tutoring math and coding. I taught ESL many years and very comfortable teaching students whose native language is not English. I'm strictly focused on in-demand skills that have business value. ... [more]

I've taken accelerated (PAP, honors) math courses from pre-algebra through to calculus 3. Learning is a very personal experience, and as such I feel that it is best to tailor my tutoring style to fit the student's needs. That said, you really have to mesh well with your tutor, and I may not be the right fit for everyone. I know that there are many learning styles, and my own varies by subject. I also know that learning can be very frustrating; I found myself on more than on occasion feeling like the teacher wasn't answering the question I was trying to ask and I didn't know how to... [more]

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