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In addition to my tutoring work over the years, I have a significant technical background in both academic and practical mathematics. I have an undergraduate degree in theoretical physics, for which I took three courses of calculus, differential equations, and mathematical physics (mostly tensor analysis). Additionally, I acquired a masters degree in nuclear engineering, which required study in complex analysis and linear algebra. In my professional career, I spent four years working closely with professional statisticians to properly characterize measurements of weapons grade nuclear mater [more]

I have a B.S. in Applied Mathematics with a concentration in Calculus and Modern Algebra. I graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in Applied Mathematics. I have been tutoring for about nine years and have tutored a wide variety of subjects, but my favorite to teach is Math of any sort. I started tutoring my peers in high school, and from there I started branching out and tutoring other high school students in my area. In college, I was an accredited Chegg tutor who also tutored for the Virginia Tech Math department. One of my favorite things about tutoring is what I call the "... [more]

I am Mona, a current graduate student at Texas A & M. I am pursuing a Master's in Public Health. I really love teaching, and I find it really fulfilling to see students suddenly understand things and succeed. It is a great feeling knowing that I was a part of someone's success. . In the past, I tutored many clients in math subject, and they all received high scores in their classes. I love math, but I also know the struggle that comes with understanding how to solve problems. Thankfully, I ... [more]

I've always loved mathematics ever since I was in elementary school: it just came naturally to me, and I've always enjoyed tutoring, so combining the two is like a dream. Although I am a new professional tutor, I did tutor in various school subjects in high school as part of the National Honor Society, and I really enjoyed helping struggling students raise not only their grades, but their motivation and self-esteem. Becoming successful in school is a feeling like no other. I can't wait to hel... [more]

Hi, there! I'm Robert, and I'm a Tidewater Community College Engineering alumni, currently pursuing dual degrees in Physics and Electrical Engineering! I love teaching and tutoring, not only for the satisfaction of seeing my students succeed, but also in learning how my students approach problems and think about them. With more than 4 years of official tutoring experience in the community college system, as well as numerous free-lance tutoring jobs, I've worked with a variety of students; hig... [more]

I have been accepted in the National Math Olympiad, and have passed 70+ credits of math during eight years of college both undergraduate and graduate. I have been an instructor or teaching assistant in several courses including but not limited to Algebra 1 and 2, Calculus, Differentials, Statistics, Advanced Statistics for engineers, and Time Series. Furthermore, I have instructed students in several programming languages (MatLab, R, SPSS, and Fortran) in accordance with their mathematical pr... [more]

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I am a former calculus tutor at Christopher Newport University. I have tutored high school and college students in calculus I, business calculus, and AP calculus. For example, I provided a high school junior in AP calculus the boost she needed to raise her average to an A. I can teach you how to compute limits, determine continuity, find derivatives, evaluate integrals, and more. I am a graduate of Christopher Newport University with a magna cum laude B.A. degree in Mathematics. I have worked as a tutor in the CNU math lab and as an instructor in the Math Emporium at Thomas Nelson Community Co [more]

I have had positive experiences teaching growing minds both differential and integral calculus. Many times students have learning difficulties with calculus because some of their algebra is faulty, perhaps they don't understand their teacher, or the class pace is too fast. I always start by evaluating and correcting a student's algebra, then for clarity relate calculus topics back to the algebra and geometry the students have already had. I emphasize easy-to-understand teaching and support the students' homework and preparation for quizzes and tests. [more]

Students in this course will: Work with functions represented in a variety of ways: graphical, numerical, analytical, or verbal. They should understand the connections among these representations. Understand the meaning of the derivative in terms of a rate of change and local linear approximation and they should be able to use derivatives to solve a variety of problems. Understand the meaning of the definite integral both as a limit of Riemann sums and as the net accumulation of change and should be able to use integrals to solve a variety of problems. Understand the relationship between the [more]

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