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I have had a long (30 years) and satisfying career in software development, but I was a math major in college. I helped my two daughters through their math classes, and they were always saying I should be a teacher. While I have enjoyed computer programming, math has always been my first love, and in particular, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. When I was a graduate student, I was assigned to teach a few classes, and also worked as a Teaching Assistant when I was an undergrad. If you need... [more]

Hi! My name is Stephen, I currently work as an engineer for a major tech giant here in Austin, TX. . I am a father of three beautiful kids whom I am currently guiding into following my footsteps into STEM careers. I have 2 bachelors degree in both Chemistry and Biology and have been practicing chemistry for over 8 years. I have tutored in all types of STEM subjects including Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus I,II & III, Chemistry I & II, Organic Chemistry I, II. I have also tutored in French, ... [more]

I'm certified to teach all High School Mathematics in Texas and I'm an experienced Calculus tutor. My goal is to provide a convenient and helpful service. My joy in my work comes from seeing students understand something for the first time, like how to pick, arrange and plug in the correct equations to create a solution to a physics problem! I'm a full time, online tutor committed to my students 9a-9p / 6 days a week and after 2:00 on Sundays. I do not have a set session length. For each student, I try to schedule enough time to cover that student's needs most of the time. For most stud... [more]

Differential: Consider how you have calculated a rate of change until now. A difference in distance, area, volume, etc., was taken, and then it was divided by an interval of time over which the change occurred. Now, shorten the interval of time. Do it again. And, again. And, again--until the interval is infinitesimally small. In fact, let the interval shorten to zero (Yes, this is mathematically possible!). Once done, you will no longer have an average rate of change, but you will have an instantaneous rate of change for a given point in time. The above concept is the foundation upon which the [more]

I have taught Calculus at a university for over 5 years and tutored high school and college students many many years. I have a PhD in mathematics and a BS in engineering. I have over 10 years of classroom experience, I taught statistics and calculus at University of Maryland before having my kids. Now, I teach at at local colleges. I have been doing paid and unpaid tutoring for 25 years now. My son became a doctor in the army, he also has a degree in Biochemical engineering. My daughter graduated from UC Berkeley Energy Engineering. I always volunteered at my children's schools. Now that my [more]

Hi there, I got a Master from University of Texas at Dallas (UTD). I was a Math tutor at community colleges for 5 years and Calculus I TA (Teaching Assistant) at UTD for 2 years. As a student like you, I was experiencing difficulties while attending math courses and encountering troubles while solving math problems. Now, I hope I can help you efficiently with your math lessons and homework you have been facing--- with my knowledge, experience, and sincerity. See you! Sincerely, Little ... [more]

Many of the difficulties students encounter in first-year calculus stem from gaps in their understanding of topics covered in algebra and precalculus. My method for teaching calculus is to relate the new ideas discussed in calculus to topics covered in previous classes. In this manner, any gaps or forgotten knowledge will necessarily be reviewed in the process, too. For students in college or high school AP classes the pace of the course can also be a challenge, but as part of helping students through particular problems, my goal is to help them relate ideas from multiple sections together, [more]

I have masters degree in Physics and Statistics. I have 10 years of teaching experience in math and physics. I like to watch moments when a student understands the solution of a problem. Those are very rewarding moments. I have tutored in math and physics at the high school level and taught physics and developmental math at the community college level for 5 and 2 years respectively. I am good at problem solving and planning. I would like to tutor physics, math and statistics.... [more]

I have tutored Calculus 1 for 3 years at Baylor University. I just finished my Calculus 2 course at Baylor in the spring, and now am proficient in tutoring both Calculus 1 and 2. I have tutored for about four years total. I've tutored middle school, high school, and college students in math and sciences. My goal is not only to improve the student's grades and understanding of the material but to also help them acquire critical thinking skills and dependable study habits. I love science and I am extremely passionate about chemistry. I am a Biochemistry Major on the pre-medicine track, so my cou [more]

I am a semi-retired logistics supervisor. My degree is in Mathematics, but I have wide interests and believe that life is about learning. When you understand something, it becomes much easier and more to do. Solomon said, "I saw that there is nothing better for a person than to enjoy their work." So it is with study. Finding reason to enjoy the subject is often the key to learning. Memorizing facts will pass a test, but understanding their importance is the first step to mastering the subject... [more]

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