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Single Variable (Calculus I and II): Limits, limit theorems, L'Hopital's Rule, Continuity; intermediate value theorem, Derivatives, chain rule, implicit differentiation, Applications of Derivatives; Analysis of Graphs, mean value theorem, max/min, Related rates, Integrals, Integration techniques; polynomials, exponential and logs, trigonometric, substitution, trig substitution, parts, partial fractions, Applications of Integrals, length of curves, work, volume, surface area - Parametric equations, Polar coordinates, Sequences and Series, Convergence test, Power series, and Taylor series. Mult [more]

Hello! I see that you are in need of a tutor or perhaps you are searching for a tutor on behalf of someone else! Well you have come to the right place! My name is Kayla and I am here to help you become successful! I have a bachelor's in mechanical engineering and a master's in engineering management. With all my extensive training in mathematics, I like to call myself a Math Coach. I would love to help you prepare for your studies. Engineering has provided me with great problem solving techni... [more]

My approach to teaching and comprehension is basic principles and clear communication of subject matter. It's always good to hear from students and people when they express how they really enjoyed the experience of learning. I am an Electrical Engineering major and just enjoy the principles and concepts of math and science. The best thing in life is to get paid for what you already love doing. And one of my passions is conveying or communicating a seemingly difficult subject or concept ... [more]

I am a United States Army Reservist. I am visionary, organized, and detail-oriented. I enjoy the outdoors, exercising, sports, mentoring children, and playing chess. I am proud to be an American soldier. I came to the United States in 1989 with my mother and four siblings. I graduated from Walter Franklin George High School in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1994. Upon my graduation, I went to Paine College, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education. After teaching f... [more]

I've been teaching Calculus 1-3 at the college level. I'm also teaching Calculus at a high school level. I enjoy helping students with calculus. I have a PhD in math. I am a PhD graduate of the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB). I've been teaching and tutoring mathematics for over 10 years. My strongest personal characteristics in tutoring are that I'm good with children and adults with anxiety or attention deficit disorder, patient with the student, and encouraging. There are objectives that I have when tutoring the student: explaining the material so that the student understands it, bui [more]

I have been using Calculus almost daily for over 11 years. I have tutored friends and students in this area of study. I have also been teaching calculus-based physics labs for the past 2 years. I took and got A+ in Calculus 1, 2, 3 & 4 in college as well so am well studied on all levels of Calculus. Hello Prospective Students and Parents! My name is Ellen and I just finished my Master of Science in Physics from Georgia State University. I earned my undergraduate degrees from University of Hawaii and did a double major of Bachelor's of Science of Astronomy and Bachelor of Arts in Physics. I als [more]

I have taken Calculus AB in high school and taken Calculus I and I at my college. I am a computer engineering student at Mercer University who is passionate about helping others with mathematics. I have taken High School Algebra, Calculus I & II, and am currently taking differential equations. I have a history of helping my struggling classmates with their coursework and want to be able to help others, too! I am excited to help anyone interested in working with me! In the past I have helped from topics ranging from geometry to topics in higher level math. I have taken ... [more]

I have a passion for math, thus having a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. I likewise have a passion to promote learning and education. I have tutored different Mathematics courses since I was a Freshman in college. All of the students I have tutored have success stories. Some of my methods include maintaining a detailed notebook with notes, formulas, and practice/homework problems to help mandate the overall comprehension of the basic skills and foundation for future courses. I am conf... [more]

This is my third year working with Calculus I/II students, mostly college level with one AP Calculus high school student. I have a few really good resources for this subject, which has helped tremendously when figuring out some of the more difficult problems. As with other math subjects, I enjoy explaining the problems in terms of what they are finding, e.g., the area under a curve, slope, velocity, acceleration, or volume of a cylindrical shape. One of my favorite topics in Calculus is related rates, because they are usually real-world situations that you can imagine. [more]

Hello! I am a (somewhat recent) graduate from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in Mathematics currently working in the financial sector. While in my undergraduate, I became aware that office hours were a necessity with certain subject areas. You see, while class was sufficient to cover the required teaching material, there was simply enough time to ensure that every student was retaining the information the way they should. Much in the same fashion, I believe that having the extra time t... [more]

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