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I am a degreed engineer (mechanical) with a specialty in machine design. I have used multiple CAD systems in my career as well as programed in many languages. I love to learn and am currently 67% complete with my MBA and holding a 4.0 GPA. But I also am practical. I farm, work on cars and equipment, do construction, wiring, plumbing, masonary, excavating. I also tutored in college. As an engineer I have studied and applied algebra, calculus and trigonometry extensively. I know real ... [more]

Hello! If you're looking for an experienced math tutor, and are ready to work hard then I would love to meet you! I graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelor's in Health Administration and statistics in 2010, and am now enrolled in the Michigan State lifelong learning program. After graduation I completed a few college mathematics courses to prepare for the GMAT in anticipation of my MBA program. At that time I realized how much I loved math, its simplicity, and directness.... [more]

I was a mathematics tutor at GRCC for one year. I have 8 years of private tutoring experience. I am currently a senior with an Information Systems Major and a Mathematics minor at Grand Valley State University. I love tutoring others as I love to help others succeed When students succeed it helps out the overall community. I also simply enjoy mathematics. Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Statistics I am very flexible with scheduled ap... [more]

My many years of teaching have seen me teach calculus to students of diverse backgrounds in terms of math preparedness and confidence. I have also worked with students in one on one tutoring sessions. In my tutoring I help students develop best practices by identifying their strengths and exploiting their potential. Having taught and tutored math for many years across multiple levels and students of diverse backgrounds, I have the experience and skills that will make you successful in math regardless of your confidence level in the subject. I use examples from real life experiences to make con [more]

Students who are beginning their study of calculus generally must first learn the concept of limits, which must then be applied in the study of derivatives and integrals. In the introduction to calculus, the derivative is presented as the slope of a line tangent to the graph of a continuous function. The integral is initially presented as the area between graphs of continuous functions. These applications serve only to give to the student a geometric image of these concepts, and are by no means rigorous nor exhaustive. There are, of course, many and varied applications of differential and int [more]

I successfully raised a high school senior's calculus exam scores from a C range to B+ with one two hour tutoring session. She now has the tools needed to succeed independently. I tutored all the way up to a senior level linear algebra course at the Michigan State University Math Learning Center for two years. I then applied for and was accepted as an undergraduate trigonometry teaching assistant leading recitation, office hours, and extensive grading with advanced student feedback. In graduate school, I instructed a senior level lab in analog integrated circuits. My passion is to learn how y [more]

I have twenty years of teaching experience with students at all levels of math and physics. I am available to tutor online or in person. I am very patient and know all sorts of little tricks to make math and physics easier to do and understand. I also am very experienced using software such as Geometer's Sketchpad and Mathematica to make concepts come to life. Hope to hear from you!... [more]

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