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I have taught calculus and precalculus at a local university for the past 10 years. In addition, I have tutored a large number of students in both areas. I was selected to receive a significant university award for my teaching skills. My student ratings in math are outstanding. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering and a Doctorate in Chemistry. I have taught mathematics and chemistry at two universities in Massachusetts and Wisconsin. My total experience spans 12 years of teaching at all undergraduate levels. In addition, I have real life industrial experience in engineering and mana [more]

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Applied Mathematics and multiple years of tutoring experience. I have helped innumerable students bring their studies to the next level by helping them sift thorough the logical rigors of calculus so that they may understand its application. My name is Joe. I have a Master?s Degree in physics and a Bachelor?s degree in physics and applied mathematics. I also have eleven years of experience teaching physics at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, at Carroll University and at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. I have taught everyone from business majors an [more]

I have been teaching Calculus for 5 years. I am AB/BC Calculus certified by the College Board. I have tutored dozens of college students through the entire Calculus series. On average, my students have increased their grade by 18% ( C to B+/A-) or have scored 4.75 (out of 5) on the Advanced Placement exams. I served in the US Navy on the aircraft carrier USS Ranger where I was an electronics technician specializing in cryptologic communication repair. After serving our country, I worked as a union and non-union carpenter for over 8 years. An extraordinary opportunity arose and I started my own [more]

I taught Calculus 1 at Milwaukee Area Technical College. I taught AP and IB Calculus Milwaukee Public Schools. I tutored calculus through Calc 4 at ITT. Hi, I'm described as a good "explainer" by friends and family. I know math; I know the math that you are studying; and I know how the math you learned before connects to today's lesson. Teaching in public school, I am used to breaking down all subjects (including calculus) into their most basic parts. Many times, math looks hard because all of the little tricks and simplifications that a teacher can take when they know math. I may kno [more]

The first semester of Calculus, depending on your instructor and text usually focuses on two fundamental concepts: Differentiation and Integration. Once one is familiar with the limits and their properties, he or she will begin using other techniques such as the chain rule and implicit differentiation to find the derivative. These become the skill sets that are necessary to do problems with related rates, finding extrema (maxs and mins) on particular intervals, and to be able to determine how graphs of functions behave. This is helpful in graphing functions that are non-linear. With Integratio [more]

I taught calculus 1 to a local college two years ago. I had 9 students and 6 of them passed the class successfully. My undergraduate degree includes electrical engineering class, which uses complex numbers math. I have also some classes in my graduate math degree in calculus. Hello, We can do it together! When I was a student, I loved math. It is my favorite subject. I learned it from books, teachers and professors. I also worked and tried many activities and figured out many problems. All that mix gave me the opportunity to see the beauty of math and enjoy the elegance in advanced and abs [more]

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