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Hello prospective students (and parents, spouses, or loved ones), My goal as a tutor is not just to teach you just enough to let you pass that next exam. I work with my students so that they not only know the material that we are covering, but also so that they understand the meaning of the material, the background behind it, and how to apply it in the real world. This allows for my students to handle those really difficult problems where they have to not just recite what was learned, but us... [more]

We will study calculus concepts such as limits and continuity; differentiation and integration of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and hyperbolic functions; related rates; and optimization problems. In addition, we will study applications of integration such as volume. I believe students should be confident in their math skills. By getting good grades in school, their options in life (e.g. jobs, career paths) are kept open. I gauge where the student is at in knowing the concepts by having him/her work out the problems. Every problem has two parts: the first is recognizin [more]

Calculus is the natural language of the sciences--it's very foundations run parallel to most every significant discovery in Physics. I've worked with dozens of students across a number of educational settings: last semester's AP Calculus BC students worked with me on their way to scoring all 5s (which I must admit, made me very proud of all seven of them!); I worked with students in Business Calculus at UCLA, USC, and UCI, as well as a number of online programs; I've worked with dozens of students in their dreaded 'Calculus 3' courses, helping them to conquer ideas like gradients, normals, an [more]

Calculus is a vast subject that begins by building on top of algebra and trigonometry by introducing concepts such as limits and infinite series. It then introduces derivatives and later integration. After those concepts are mastered partial differentiation, multivariate integration, differential equations and differential operators are added. Calculus requires strong math skills in foundational math up through the level of trigonometry, and any holes or weaknesses in those areas need to be addressed. [more]

Calculus is the subject that I have tutored the most while at Mt. SAC. I took Calculus I in high school and both II and III at Mt. SAC, with A's in all three courses. The quality professors I had for these courses prepared me for the advanced math classes I took at UC Berkeley. Hello! My name is Hugo, and I am a math and statistics tutor. I earned my Bachelor's degrees in applied mathematics and statistics from the University of California, Berkeley. I have tutored math and statistics at Mount San Antonio College over the course of a spring semester and a summer session, and while there, I too [more]

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5 on AP Calculus AB exam College coursework: Calculus; differential equations; linear algebra; multivariable calculus; Fourier series and boundary value problems (partial differential equations) Teaching experience: taught course in AP Calculus at the high school level Textbooks owned: Vector Calculus Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems Applied Complex Analysis with Partial Differential Equations Linear Algebra and Its Applications Hi folks! My name is Ryan. I'm a full-time tutor and former physicist/astronomer with an excellent background in math, science, economi [more]

Together, we will master the following topics: 1. Limits an Continuity 2. Differentiation 3. Applications of Differentiation 4. Integration 5. Applications of Integration 6. Techniques of Integration 7. Conic Sections 8. Polar Coordinates 9. Parametric Equations and Vectors in the Plane 10. Solid Analytic Geometry and Vectors in Space 11. Functions in several Variables 12. Multiple Integrals 13. Line Integrals 14. Infinite Series 15. Differential Equations I love to help students to learn math. Each student is different, so I often adjust my teaching method for each individual. I always try t [more]

Calculus I, II, and III are the courses I tutor the most. My experience with this course dates back to 2008 as a tutor at East Los Angeles College. Moreover, I have tutored all three courses to MESA STEM majors. I was also a Supplemental Instructor for Multivariable Calculus for three semesters. Finally, my experience with this course also includes work as a Teacher?s Assistant at a high school and know how it is taught in the classroom. I hail from the University of Southern California, where I double majored in Mathematics and Physics. With my background, I have completed the hours Wyzant ha [more]

I am a Physics M.S. graduate from CSULB with a B.S. in Physics from UCLA! I have experience TAing college level physics and astronomy and am therefore very comfortable teaching and tutoring physics (middle school to introductory college level)! I have also worked as a tutor for a company in Long Beach in the following subjects: math (elementary, algebra 1 and 2, geometry, math analysis, trigonometry, and calculus); chemistry (high school, honors, AP); biology (high school, honors, AP); and En... [more]

I have taught/tutored for 7 years. I was both a student and graduate assistant at CSULB where I attained a B.S. in Mathematics and a M.S. in Statistics. I have experience tutoring in all mathematics subjects up to and including graduate-level material. I have a massive amount of experience in tutoring almost all of the subjects that I'm qualified to teach or tutor. Thus, it is very difficult to find another tutor who has as much experience in tutoring algebra, geometry, trigonometry, proba... [more]

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