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Put at its simplest, Calculus deals with rate of change and area under a curve. In particular, differential calculus addresses rate of change in the determination of critical points of functions, maximum and minimum points, inflection points, related rate problems, optimization problems, slopes of functions at specific points and many, many other things. Integral Calculus focuses on issues relating to area under a curve. In a sense it is differential Calculus going backwards. Determining area, volume, cost/revenue/profit, and many other things utilize this form of Calculus. If you need so [more]

I am currently a student at Purdue University, double majoring in Computer Science and Data Science. I am also getting both a math and economics minor! During the school year, I tutor several other college students in math, and want to keep doing so over the summer. I've loved math ever since I can remember, and I want to spread that love to (or at least have it rub off on) others who might be struggling with some hard topics. I've gotten in A or A- in every single math class I've taken ... [more]

I am a Professor in Engineering at Purdue University, with a passion for instructing math and physical sciences. I can offer lessons in calculus, ranging from basic differential and integral calculus to ordinary and partial differential equations, including their applications to problems drawn from the physical sciences. I have taught several courses in science and engineering at Purdue University, Brown University and Princeton University. Besides my extensive teaching experience, I am an active researcher in the physical sciences, with interest in understanding how to design materials for ae [more]

I enjoy teaching Precalculus and AP Calculus. I have been teaching Math for the past 20+ years and helped many students at all levels from Algebra and Geometry to Calculus. I have been teaching Math for over 20 years. Among the subjects I have taught are algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus. I have also helped students prepare for the SAT and ACT exams. I emphasize both the underlying concepts and problem solving skills. This helps the students understand and retain the material better.... [more]

I have been teaching mathematics for more than 30 years. After I graduate from college, I worked in middle school for seven years. Then, I got a scholarship to go to England for four months. After I came back from England, I taught in middle school for another seven years. Then I taught in high school for more than 15 years. I have extensive experience in both middle and high school math. In Egypt, I both taught and tutored in the public schools for more than 30 years. In 1982,I re... [more]

I have been a middle school and high school math teacher for 10 years. I can tutor Calculus and down. I also teach ACT Math with and without a calculator, showing all the tricks to save time during the test. Definitely math can be a fun subject to master and I can help you with that. I am all about teaching the concepts and the shortcuts. Math is fun! Teaching high school students forces you to be creative and it pays of in the long run. I try to make the content relevant and tutoring as an... [more]

I have taken Calculus I - III as an undergraduate and also Calculus I-II and real analysis as a graduate student. I taught Calculus I - II to undergraduate students. I like to tutor students taking statistics classes in research methods. I enjoy the challenge and application of this knowledge. Areas I have successfully tutored: Research Statistics at the graduate level: statistics for Health Sciences Business statistics for MBA students. Research Methods for Masters of Public Health Mathematical Statistics Linear Regression Logistic Regression Time Series Analysis Survival Analysis SQL (H [more]

I'm very skilled at providing a technical explanation tailored to an individual's needs. I've been assisting teens and adults with mastering (and remastering) everything from algebra to calculus since 2012. I've basically taught calculus from scratch to a few students due to a low level of understanding from professor lectures a few times now. I provide alternate explanations and real-life examples to ensure that light bulb of understanding goes off during lessons. (I also use a drawing pad to speed things up.) I earned a 1450 (top 1%) on my SATs: 710 math and 740 verbal. Please contact [more]

I have three degrees and my goal is to be a CEO or President of a growing prosperous company. Right now I'm being pursued by the number one company in the world and that is based on my study habits and friends that I hung around in school. If you would like to get with a winner, contact me. My tutoring style is that I start by showing examples, working through he examples and explaining the examples one step at a time. I have a 15 year old and a 10 year old and both my two kids have a 3.6 ... [more]

Calculus is a prerequisite for all the higher level physics and chemistry courses that I took in order to become a mineralogist. In any case, I taught myself calculus a number of years in advance of when it was offered in high school and really love the subject. Calculus is the gateway to all the physics we have learned since Newton. I grew up on a farm in eastern Indiana. I always loved math, chemistry, and minerals. When I went to Hawaii to visit my family there one spring break, I fell in love with it and decided to major in earth science. I have a PhD in mineralogy, a branch of geology tha [more]

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