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I received a minor in Mathematics while earning a B.S. in Physics and have two years of experience tutoring Calculus I, II, and III at the university level. I have extensive experience using Calculus in my research work for a PhD in Physics. Typical sessions focus on the foundations of the topic that the student is finding difficulty in, and I typically work examples with detailed step-by-step analysis. I have a decade of experience tutoring college level math and science courses. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Physics from the University of Tulsa, from 2013-2016 I was a visiting at the Prin [more]

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$50 per hour.

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I got a 5 on the AP BC Calc test and I can help you achieve that as well. It may take a little extra time on your part, but think of it this way: invest a little time now and you won't have to invest an arm and leg in college. As a lifelong learner, I just can't get enough of learning new things and I want you to also experience the joys of learning and the empowerment it can bring. As an accomplished student in many fields, I know what it takes to break down complex topics into bite-sized chunks that anyone can understand. I am currently a Biomedical Engineering major with a minor in Chemistr [more]

Physics makes extensive use of both differential and integral calculus. My experience in this field means that I can offer students practical perspectives in the applications of the subject as well as the mechanics of problem solving. I am a retired university professor with 27 years experience teaching lower and upper division physics and physical science for non-majors. When tutoring, I work with students to solve problems as a team, drawing from them whenever possible the relevant knowledge they need to solve the problem. This enables students to build on what they already know and helps [more]

Calculus is the exploration of approximation and how functions change over time. In calculus one we are introduced to a variety of tools, such as the limit, continuity, differentiation, integration, and the fundamental theorem of calculus. In calculus two we build on our tools of differential and integral calculus and introduce new tools for analyzing series and sequences, such as power, Taylor and Maclaurin series. I majored in Philosophy and minored in Mathematics in college. I tutor math, physics, general engineering, writing and test prep for high school, college and adult students. I also [more]

Calculus is hands down, my favorite math subject. During my time as a college student, I took Calculus 1, 2, and 3, and feel comfortable communicating the ideas of each level. Whether it's rates of change, summations, or even curvature and reading 3-dimensional graphs, I can help. I attended Oklahoma Christian University to study Mechanical Engineering in 2007. In 2009, I began tutoring in an on-campus tutoring office and fell in love with tutoring. I graduated in December of 2011, but decided to continue pursuing private tutoring. I'm often asked why I don't pursue something relevant to my de [more]

I am a Mathematics Adjunct Professor at Oklahoma City Community College, including Calculus. For over fourteen years I have tutored middle school, high school, and college students mathematics from algebra through calculus. I have graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, Oklahoma with a Master of Science in Mathematics. I usually tutor at the Edmond Public Library and prefer tutoring in public, quiet settings. Also I teach algebra and calculus at Oklahoma City Community College. I have evening and weekend times available for tutoring appointments. Please cont... [more]

I've been tutoring through UofA (Class+) since the end of my freshmen year. I also worked with Lawson Coaching here in Fayetteville. I specialize in math and chemistry tutoring, but can also help out in chemical engineering classes as well as Spanish classes up through Intermediate II. Tutoring is one of my favorite things to do, because I believe that learning--regardless of the subject--is one of the greatest things a person can do to advance themselves in any subject area. In addition, ... [more]

Advanced Placement Calculus is comprised of Differential and Integral calculus. The material covered will be the equivalent of that presented in most colleges and universities? Calculus I course and, in part, their Calculus II course. My first and primary goal is to teach the students calculus. The secondary goal is to prepare them for the AP exam. I do spend several weeks at the end of the year specifically preparing students for the exam and will do things throughout the year to help prepare the students, as well. Some examples of this preparation are the following: as the AP exam is part m [more]

I am knowledgeable in the subject of Calculus. I have tutored classmates on the subject which has enhanced my understanding of Calculus. Calculus involves a lot of complex theories. Without explaining these theories, I will teach by showing simple examples that show noticeable reasoning, after that, I will show a more complex problem and demonstrate the techniques. Hi! My name is Brandon and I am a Mechanical Engineering major at Oklahoma State University. Go Pokes! I am currently a sophomore focusing more on topics related to my major. I successfully earned myself a 4.0 GPA my first year in c [more]

I am very skilled in the Calculus sequence. I have been tutoring the subject for the past five years. Also, I have received an A in every course in the sequence. Hello, my name is Mario. I am a dual-degree major in the fields of Mathematics and Electrical Engineering. I completed my Mathematics degree in May of 2011 from Fort Valley State University and plan to finish my Electrical Engineering degree in May of 2014 from the University of Arkansas. I scored a perfect score on the Mathematics portion of the SAT three time, as well as maintained a 4.0 GPA in Mathematics while pursuing my degree. [more]

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