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My approach to Calculus is always two fold. I work hard to make sure a student has the basic skills to realistically progress throughout the class while maintaining current work levels. I do this through a set of uniquely written practice problems and exercises that I have written that I can send off the clock that are designed to increase overall Math IQ leading ultimately to the Calculus level. I also have check point quizzes so if given enough time I can show a tangible record of progression. I have been successful with this approach because it does not require hours a day, but it does [more]

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Join me for palpitating differentiating and illuminating integrating. We'll go beyond your limits. Let me show you how fun and easy and practical Calculus/AP Calculus can be (not to mention getting an A in it ... oops, I just mentioned it). We'll go for it, with: a. Domain and Range Determinations b. Determining Limits and Continuity c. Localized Linearization d. Differentiation (straight, by parts, chain rule, etc.) e. Integration (straight, by parts) f. Learn to appreciate mathematical curves g. Developing a Love for Applied Differential Calculus (Story Problems) 1. Motion (straig [more]

As a student, I took three years of calculus (I-III), and I have used calculus in nearly every mathematics and engineering course since. I have tutored both peers (as a student) and students (as a teacher) in this subject, so I am familiar with the challenges students face when learning it for the first time. I am adept at making calculus accessible to and intuitive for students, as well as illustrating its applications. I?m Nicole! I graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering. After college, I decided that my passion lay not only with my area of study, but a [more]

Calc I: Take the formula for slope from your algebra and geometry classes, change the notation, and see what happens when the 'run' is taken to be infinitely small. This derivative will then be used for practical applications: minimizing outputs, maximizing outputs, related rates, etc... Anything from your Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry is fair game for working out a problem. A lot of time will be spent learning the rules for finding the derivative of a function by means of: Power Rule, Product Rule, Quotient rule, and Chain Rule. Be very comfortable using rational exponents rather th [more]

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$65 per hour.

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Calculus is one of my favorite subjects. I mostly tutored Calculus II and Calculus III in the past two years. I have a PhD in mechanical engineering. I love physics and math and enjoy tutoring middle school, high school and college students in my spare time . I think the key about learning is to have a solid understanding of the concepts. My goal is to help students use less time to grasp the material in depth so that they can solve problems independently.... [more]

My name is Na L. and I'm a PhD student of mechanical engineering at Oakland University. Because of my background in engineering, I have strong skills in mathematics, physics and chemistry. I am originally from Beijing, China. Mandarin is my primary language and so I am capable of teaching Chinese as well. During my undergraduate program, I was a teaching assistant for a tutoring class and helped to organize the class, checked attendance, graded homework and exams, answered questions, etc. ... [more]

I have been teaching secondary mathematics for over 20 years. I have taught High School mathematics courses ranging from Basic Algebra to Calculus. I have taught online mathematics classes as well. My focus is on building the confidence of my students. It is then they can grow and develop to reach their maximum academically. My vast experiences as well as the relationships that I have developed with my students are unparalleled.... [more]

Youngest person in my class to take Calculus when I was in high school and achieved the highest grade (A+ in course, 5 on AP exam). I tutored a student when I was 16 - that student received a 4 on the AP exam. I retook calculus at Brigham Young University after a break from school, received A's on all exams and an A as a final grade. Have tutored Calculus more since then, and helped another student receive a 5 on their AP exam. Have a minor in math and have taken Calculus courses through Differential Equations (Calculus 4), with a perfect 4.0 GPA. I love math, and Calculus is my favorite! [more]

I've I find great joy in helping people, especially with school. Through high school I've often helped my friends with their classes. I have just completed my senior year in high school with a 3.98 GPA. My SAT score is 1420 (660 reading/760 math). I will be heading off to the University of Michigan Engineering College in the fall. I have always been academically driven, especially in math. Math is a passion of mine. This past school year, I took AP BC Calculus. I believe that despite the fa... [more]

I currently teach AP CALCULUS. I had special training to teach AP CALCULUS AB and BC. I design syllabi for AP CALCULUS. In tutoring calculus, I use the principle of 4 multiple representations- Graphical, Analytical, Algebraic and Verbal. I will be a great asset for you when it comes to passing your Calculus tests. Check me out. I am an experienced lead teacher of Mathematics and Physics. I have a degree in Industrial Engineering, and a Masters degree with a GPA of 3.964. I also possess a state of Michigan Professional Teaching License which is current. My teaching emphasizes the three R's: Rig [more]

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