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I taught freshman and sophomore calculus and differential equations at a major engineering college. It was a comprehensive two year curriculum. My approach is to try different examples to explain the material. We will go over any subject as many times as necessary for the student to understand. Hi!! My name is Harry O. I have been tutoring high school and college students for the past six years. Previously I taught at Georgia Institute of Technology from which I received a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering and a Master's in Applied Mathematics. I also have 25 years of experience in the c [more]

I have tutored AP calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, and students taking calculus at ECC for several years. I have been tutoring all levels of math for 20 years. I have worked with students with learning disabilities, gifted students, and anything in between. I have experience tutoring elementary school math, middle school math, pre algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Precalculus, Calculus AB, and Calculus BC. I also have experience tutoring all subjects on the ACT and SAT. I have tutored ACT and SAT prep for about 7 years. I help students with understanding concepts tested and test taking. [more]

I have been tutoring math on a one-on-one basis for many years. I teach Elementary math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Calculus. If you are interested in taking home tutoring classes for your kids, and improving their grades, do not hesitate to contact me. Qualification: Masters in Computer Applications My Approach : I assess the child's learning ability in the first class and then prepare an individual lesson plan. I break down math problems for... [more]

Calculus is less like 'math' and much more like a puzzle game...which is great news! Most of us are far more comfortable with puzzles than college-level math. After starting with me, my calc students haven't scored anything less than an A on their exams. I can cover Calc A, Calc BC, as well as full-on first-year undergraduate calculus. My greatest specialty is with the law school entrance exam, known (and dreaded) by soon-to-be law students as the LSAT. I've taught the LSAT for 9 years, scored a 180 on the September 2009 LSAT, and several of my students scored in the 99th percentile and moved [more]

You can see from my profile that I have learned and used at lot of mathematics in my career, but I am also an extraordinary teacher who can explain mathematical concepts and solve problems in understandable ways. Calculus attempts to get students to think and talk about how two or more quantities change with respect to one another in the real world. While graphing data illustrates that measurements change and how one measurement changes because another measurement changes, calculus provides a set of procedures that give us more information about these changes. Calculus is fundamental to maki [more]

Whether students love math and science or despise the subjects, I am usually able to make the experience better for them. I explain the material in very understandable ways, and I'm able to pinpoint where a student is struggling and provide specific help where it's needed. I am particularly good at making that beast called Chemistry much less painful to deal with. One of the best compliments I received recently is that one of my students jokingly said to her mom, "I wish I could just go to th... [more]

Calculus is the mathematical study of change. It has two branches. Differential calculus is the branch of calculus focusing on rates of change; for example, the slopes of curves and surfaces. Integral calculus is the branch of calculus focusing on accumulations; for example, areas under curves and volumes enclosed by surfaces. The two branches are connected by the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus discovered independently by Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibnitz. My first exposure to calculus was in high school. I was fortunate enough to have had a teacher who was a true scholar. He placed [more]

Looking to really excel in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Philosophy, Biology, Chemistry, Spanish, Biochemistry, Writing, or the ACT? Come to the alchemist who will help you understand the language each of these disciplines speaks. In many cases, students fail to achieve the grades they're looking for because the material being presented to them appears to be in a different language. As a professional tutor, it is my goal to understand where the language barrier is in a topic ... [more]

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Calculus may seem very dull in understanding the "why" component: why are we doing this linearization and what are we supposed to use calculus for in our daily lives? The various functions and limits that are graphed in calculus have a real-time tie with reality, but not everyone notices this simply because it really is hard to determine since you cannot ever physically see it. But through my guidance, I can show you how various functions tie in with physics and the velocity of a car on a highway and various other methods. I have taken the AP Calculus BC exam in high school and received a 4 wi [more]

1 LIMITS AND CONTINUITY Limits (An Intuitive Approach) Computing Limits Limits at Infinity: End Behavior of a Function Limits (More Rigorously) Continuity 2 THE DERIVATIVE Tangent Lines and Rates of Change The Derivative Function Introduction to Techniques of Differentiation The Product and Quotient Rules Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions The Chain Rule 3 TOPICS IN DIFFERENTIATION Implicit Differentiation Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions Derivatives of Exponential and Inverse Trigonometric Functions Related Rates Local Linear Approximation; Differentials L?H?pital?s R [more]

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