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I have taught calculus and precalculus at a local university for the past 10 years. In addition, I have tutored a large number of students in both areas. I was selected to receive a significant university award for my teaching skills. My student ratings in math are outstanding. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering and a Doctorate in Chemistry. I have taught mathematics and chemistry at two universities in Massachusetts and Wisconsin. My total experience spans 12 years of teaching at all undergraduate levels. In addition, I have real life industrial experience in engineering and mana [more]

I passed the calc AB AP test with a 4, and the calc BC test with a 5. I was the highest placed student in my calc 3 class in college, and have tutored calculus for 5 years. I was the "go to" tutor for calculus support for being the most proficient at it. My name is Seth. I have loved math every since I was a little kid. It was the subject that always made sense to me and I found fun in the ability to solve problems. This passion that I have is shown in my tutoring style. I try to show how math isn't just a lame subject, but try to show how to be enthusiastic about it. I have tutored almost ev [more]

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As an engineer, I have taken years of calculus. I am very proficient at taking these complex, mathematical concepts and breaking them down into understandable, concrete steps. Hello, my name is Chris. A year ago I graduated from Hope College, Holland, MI with a double major in electrical engineering and sociology as well as a minor in mathematics. Tutoring has always been very fulfilling for me and I have worked as a math tutor, both privately and in the employ of Hope College, for over six years. Pursuing my engineering major and mathematics minor has provided me with the technical skill nec [more]

I taught Calculus 1 at Milwaukee Area Technical College. I taught AP and IB Calculus Milwaukee Public Schools. I tutored calculus through Calc 4 at ITT. Hi, I'm described as a good "explainer" by friends and family. I know math; I know the math that you are studying; and I know how the math you learned before connects to today's lesson. Teaching in public school, I am used to breaking down all subjects (including calculus) into their most basic parts. Many times, math looks hard because all of the little tricks and simplifications that a teacher can take when they know math. I may kno [more]

As an experienced and patient tutor of physics and of math subjects through calculus and college first year linear algebra and differential equations, my great delight is in seeing the "light bulb" of comprehension in my students' faces. These subjects are not as difficult as they often seem to my students before they meet with me. My concrete illustrations and introductory exercises have been highly successful in getting students on track for academic success and in recognizing their own unt... [more]

Calculus is one of the most enjoyable areas of mathematics, and I have enjoyed teaching people how to use calculus for over 30 years. I have received awards for my work with high school students who wanted to learn calculus. I am patient and believe anyone can learn calculus if they are helped and work hard. I have a Ph.D. in physics and was a double major in mathematics and physics in college. I have over 20 years experience tutoring high school students and have received a Certificate of Commendation from the Governor for my service. I have over 25 years experience teaching physics and mathe [more]

I am a certified math and chemistry teacher. I have taught high school math, including AP Calculus, middle school math, and elementary education. I also have experience with one-on-one, small group, and technology based tutoring. I love math, and I love helping students understand it! The way that I help students understand math is by making the content seem as easy as possible. When I hear a student say, "This is easy!" I know that I have accomplished my goal. This in turn builds confide... [more]

I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of Richmond who is double majoring in Physics and Mathematical Economics with a minor in Math. I am currently an undergraduate research student in a biophysics lab work under a PhD recipient to analyzing fibrins in the body to see their mechanical properties and what those implications mean. I founded and currently run the Robotics Club on campus and have been successful in creating a start-up business for myself. With these abilities ... [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 am a teacher and instructor with over 7 years in classrooms with students from the 7th grade through college. My students are extremely successful on every high school end-of-course exam and that success continues in their future math classes. Why? We work together to develop intuition, critical thinking strategies, and perseverance. I have training as a SAT instructor as well.... [more]

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