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We will study calculus concepts such as limits and continuity; differentiation and integration of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and hyperbolic functions; related rates; and optimization problems. In addition, we will study applications of integration such as volume. I believe students should be confident in their math skills. By getting good grades in school, their options in life (e.g. jobs, career paths) are kept open. I gauge where the student is at in knowing the concepts by having him/her work out the problems. Every problem has two parts: the first is recognizin [more]

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I have taken 6 college level calculus courses including differential equations and multivariable calculus with a 4.0 average. I have approximately 100 hours of tutoring calculus on a high school and college level. Most importantly, I find the theory and practice of calculus to be among the most interesting pursuits in all of mathematics. I have tutored and studied, at a graduate level, a broad range a math topics focusing on calculus and statistics. I have found math tutoring to be one of the most rewarding things I have ever done. Many students report that they do not like math and/or ar [more]

Calculus presents a lot of abstract ideas and the logic needed to do things like evaluating limits, improper integrals and divergence vs convergence is difficult to follow; textbooks and lectures sometimes skip steps when explaining these ideas. I have done a lot of calculus over the years and have years of experience leading others through these ideas. I have been around instructors for my entire life. My mother was a general tutor for the neighborhood and I helped her when our small apartment was stuffed with children and textbooks, writing, reading and aiding them with math after my own hom [more]

I really focus on helping students know the most important material for Calculus AB and BC (no fluff!) and to also understand the concepts intuitively. Then we work on translating that understanding into practical problem solving techniques that will help you not only get through the HW, but succeed under pressure during exams. Let's get started! I went to Harvard (Biology major, graduated cum laude). My day job is in investment banking/consulting, but I've always been passionate about education. So I started teaching and tutoring students on the side. Parents love what I do because I am lase [more]

I took calculus 1 and 2 in high school and received an A in both courses. I scored a 5 on the calculus AP exam. I have used calculus in my graduate course work including: linear algebra, differential equations, and complex analysis. I have previous experience tutoring undergraduate students in both differential and multi-variable calculus. I am currently a graduate student at UC Irvine studying to get my PhD in Physical Chemistry. My knowledge base includes other science topics including: physics, biochemistry, and math. I have four years experience as a teaching assistant for undergraduate ch [more]

I have taught and tutored this subject for over twenty-five years. In that time I have a 99% passing rate for students taking the AP test. I also tutor Calculus at the college level. Currently I teach AP Calculus for a local high school. Greetings! My name is Nick, and I have been blessed to be able to tutor math as my full time job since graduating with highest honors from the California State University. Over the past twenty years I have had successful results with over one thousand students in the Orange County area. In addition to tutoring I teach Algebra and Geometry part-time at a l [more]

Thanks for visiting! Here's a little more information about me. I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in Education. I graduated from UCLA with an M.S. in Statistics. I also received my bachelor's in both Statistics and Applied Mathematics during my time at UCLA. I have worked with students ranging from elementary school through college. I have also taught middle school and high school math enrichment courses, as well as summer English courses.... [more]

Together, we will master the following topics: 1. Limits an Continuity 2. Differentiation 3. Applications of Differentiation 4. Integration 5. Applications of Integration 6. Techniques of Integration 7. Conic Sections 8. Polar Coordinates 9. Parametric Equations and Vectors in the Plane 10. Solid Analytic Geometry and Vectors in Space 11. Functions in several Variables 12. Multiple Integrals 13. Line Integrals 14. Infinite Series 15. Differential Equations I love to help students to learn math. Each student is different, so I often adjust my teaching method for each individual. I always try t [more]

Calculus is the natural language of the sciences--it's very foundations run parallel to most every significant discovery in Physics. I've worked with dozens of students across a number of educational settings: last semester's AP Calculus BC students worked with me on their way to scoring all 5s (which I must admit, made me very proud of all seven of them!); I worked with students in Business Calculus at UCLA, USC, and UCI, as well as a number of online programs; I've worked with dozens of students in their dreaded 'Calculus 3' courses, helping them to conquer ideas like gradients, normals, an [more]

I am a Senior Mechanical Engineering major at UCI. I currently work at Mathnasium, and I have worked as an embedded Calculus tutor in community college for 2 years. I Have taken all the math classes required for engineering up to differential equation class, and I got an A grade on them. I also have an award letter from Math chair department for having the Highest score in the class. My name is Pedram. I am senior mechanical engineering major at University of California Irvine. I have been a math and physics tutor in Los Angeles Pierce College tutoring center for two years. I am also a math le [more]

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