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Dear all, I am a retired high school math teacher with over 29 years of experience. I am also an adjunct lecturer of mathematics at Hofstra University and Touro college. I am able to tutor math from 9th grade algebra thru college calculus and statistics. I enjoy helping students, my rates a rather reasonable compared to my extensive experience and varied background. I can travel within 15 miles of N.Y.C. should this be required. I am patient and dedicated towards my students.... [more]

I have minors in Math and Stats including 4 semesters of Calculus plus linear algebra and differential equations. I help develop self confidence and test-taking skills. My tutoring approach is based on working with a student to determine his or her strengths and then figuring out how to build upon that student's confidence with the subject matter. I think utilizing analogies can be a powerful tool to make the learning process more personal. My background and qualification cover a wide array of subjects; which I believe is helpful to finding such strengths in others. I can help students even [more]

As a Columbia-trained physicist and former physics instructor, I LOVE teaching calculus. (After all, calculus was invented to solve physics problems.) Let me show you the beauty and magic of this subject and ? most importantly ? how to MASTER it like nobody's business. ***My Experience*** In my 10+ years as an educator and tutor I've worked one-on-one with dozens of students on test prep (SAT, ACT, SSAT, ISEE, PSAT, GRE, GMAT, and Regents), academic subject support (math, physics, chemistry, and Spanish), writing, and college application coaching. My students range in age from 10 to 50 and c [more]

The derivative is presented in terms of the instantaneous rate of change and as the slope of the tangent to a curve. The integral is presented as an area function. The fundamental theorem of Calculus, relating derivatives and integrals, is demonstrated by analyzing the rate of change (derivative) of the area function (integral). Techniques of differentiation are introduced, with applications to maximum/minimum problems and curve sketching. Integrals are applied to calculating volume as well as area. Derivatives and integrals of trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions are stud [more]

Believe it or not, I actually think calculus is pretty cool. It's an extremely elegant display of mathematics, and although the practical applications of the subject are rather limited it is used in many other scientific and engineering disciplines. I can provide customized help from exam prep to ongoing homework assistance. Hello, Thanks for taking a look at my profile! Please review my subject qualifications, student feedback, and detailed description below. Please send me a message if you are interested in working with me and we can arrange a free consultation phone call! Background Summa [more]

Hello students and parents, My name is Justin, and I am a software engineer at Google in NYC. In my spare time, I do private tutoring with a specialization in math, computer science, and SAT/ACT prep. I enjoy working with students and sharing my passion for math & CS. It is always my goal to not only help students understand the concepts, but also to make things fun by explaining real life applications. I received a Master's degree in Computer Science from Drexel University, where I also wo... [more]

I have tutored students in calculus at the regular, AP, and collegiate levels and scored a perfect 5/5 myself on the AP exam when I took it in high school. Factoring in my engineering background, I am well qualified to tutor in this subject and have received many positive reviews and testimonials for doing so. My lessons will reinforce the conceptual side of calculus by relating everything I teach you to real-world applications in physics, biology, business, and economics. I also teach students to see calculus as a "visual" science by demonstrating how every concept has a graphical interpreta [more]

If you're looking for somebody to either help you catch up in math, or get ahead in math, I'm your guy. I was a math major at Washington University in St. Louis, and minored in German, economics, and writing. While there, I tutored students in everything from counting to calculus, and beyond. I then earned a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Bard College in '07. I've been tutoring for 12+ years, and full-time for 9+. I've had students between the ages of 6 and 66, with a focus on high sch... [more]

I have been using Calculus in my career and tutoring sessions ever since I graduated with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering 3 years ago. Ever since I was a little kid, I've always had a passion for learning. I graduated Magna cum Laude from the University of Maine with a degree in Chemical Engineering and a Mathematics minor. During that time, I was a private tutor and a TA in Chemistry. My areas of expertise are Algebra through Calculus II, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Physics, SAT Math, and ACT Math/Science. I am willing to either be a tutor for a current class or teach a new subject. I'm [more]

Calculus is one of my favorite topics because it ties together most of the math learned by students prior to calculus and allows deeper understanding of how math functions. It also forms the foundation to allow a deeper exploration of sciences especially physics. My passion for the subject allows me to help students see these connections and use them to form a deeper understanding of how calculus can help strengthen their understanding of how math works. I spend time getting to know each student and their strengths and weakness and use those as building blocks to help them see the connectio [more]

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