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How do you find the slope at any point on a curve that is constantly changing direction? How can you find the area of a region not bounded by the nice straight lines that make up rectangles, triangles, and trapezoids? Calculus! Calculus slices the mathematical world into itty bitty pieces called differentials. Comparing differentials gives you slopes. Adding them up gives you areas. And that's just scratching the surface. All of your math studies to this point have been laying the foundation for calculus. I was exposed to calculus in my first algebra class just as a lark or random tang [more]

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I've loved Math all my life. I completed a BS Mechanical Engineering and an MBA. In those degrees I've studied a wide variety of math topics from Algebra, Calculus, and Statistics. I began teaching Math a few years ago, both middle and high school. I am currently a licensed teacher in Clark County. I like teaching, but I love tutoring. As a teacher, not all the students want to learn, but as a tutor, the student typically wants to learn. Also as a tutor, it's great to see the resu... [more]

I taught Calculus to University students and returning adult students, so I know what you're looking for - pain-free explanations and guidance to tackle Calculus. I can help you in Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Calculus (and/or Secondary I, Secondary II, Secondary III) and college-level math subjects as well, including business math and math for nursing majors. I started as an undergrad when I was 15 because I liked math, worked hard at it, and I soon realized I could tutor on the card table or in the classroom and still be entertaining (I'm the opposite of Ben Stein from "Ferris Buelle [more]

Hi, I'm Alaa, a recent graduate (6/2017) from UC San Diego with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. As I have been raised overseas I've been exposed to a diverse range of cultures, and am fluent in English, Arabic, and Japanese. For the past few years I have gained experience tutoring local Japanese students in San Diego at a tutoring center "Japanese and Math Academy", ranging from ages 6-17, in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Japanese language, Math, and SAT prep. As a chemical engineering s... [more]

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I am 34 years old. I have a Bachelor's Degree in English Literature and am currently working on a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering. Additionally, I am an engineering intern during the summers at NASA. I have been successfully tutoring students in math, physics, and English for over 10 years. All of the students I have worked with have passed their classes with A's or B's. Most of those students had much lower grades when we started - even failing grades. I tutor because I love to ... [more]

I am a PhD in Psychology, with 10 years of experience tutoring. I have tutored many children of all ages in English, Math and the Sciences. I am a very friendly, responsible teacher, who is able to establish a great rapport with my students. Because of my background in psychology, I am very sensitive to emotional/physical/ or psychological factors that might interfere with the learning process. I am particularly strong in teaching ESL. I have taught at several local language schools, and I've... [more]

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