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In high school, I took introductory calculus classes focused on calculating derivatives and integrals. I continued studying calculus in college and learned the theory behind calculus of a single variable and of several variables. At UChicago, I taught classes in multivariable calculus. I have also studied physics and can explain the relationships between calculus and that subject, especially electricity and magnetism. I am available to tutor any area of mathematics: arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, linear algebra, differential equations, etc. I can also help w [more]

My name is Ron and I have enjoyed working with and learning arithmetic, mathematics and science all my life. I will tutor from any one of the town libraries in Agawam, MA or East Windsor, Suffield, and/or Windsor Locks, CT. From when I was four years old helping my dad with home projects we built and flew radio-controlled balsa-wood airplanes, always fixed cars, repaired lawnmowers when needed ? he was an engineer ? and we were do-it-yourselfers so we worked on everything ? we even built our ... [more]

Subject area includes: Cartesian plane, graphs of equations, functions, limits, techniques for evaluating limits, continuity, infinite limits, delta-epsilon definition of limits, derivative and tangent line problem, velocity, acceleration and other rates of change, differentiation rules for constant multiples, sums and powers, differentiation rules for products and quotients, extrema on an interval, the Mean Value Theorem, increasing and decreasing functions and first derivative test, concavity and second derivative test, optimization problems, business and economic applications, Newton's Meth [more]

I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.S. in Engineering, with a minor in History. Additionally, I went on to get a M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering. It was during my time in college that I appreciated the impact a good teacher can have on the subject matter and working to communicate this effectively to the students. Whenever it would get close to test time I would always host study sessions for the other students in my classes, we often did these with difficult homework assign... [more]

I currently work in S. Windsor, CT for a Fuel Cell company designing parts for the power plant. I received my BSMET from CCSU in 2003. I received my MSME from RPI Hartford branch with a concentration in Thermofluids. I have helped co-workers out trying to finish their degrees. One particular student/co-worker I worked with extensively with Differential Equations. The student/co-worker was very grateful for the help in the class. This student/co-worker said I should tutor students that need h... [more]

Definition of Limit Differentiation (Power/Product/Quotient Rules) Integration (Including By Parts) Mean Value Theorem Intermediate Value Theorem Squeeze Theorem Please feel free to inquire about other topics in Calculus. I am presently an actuary at one of the leading insurance companies in the US with a focus on system development in the Life and Annuity area. Historically, I have had the occasion to tutor individuals to successful results in their respective examinations. I am not a fan of the overnight approach as there are no shortcuts to true success. Mathematics is essentially thinking [more]

I began studying Calculus in high school (2005) and now I use it all the time for work + research. I enjoy solving math problems, but I enjoy helping others solve them even more. I'm a medical physicist working in industry while finishing my PhD. Along the way, I've spent four years teaching introductory physics and tutoring calculus. Although what really sets me apart is my ability to communicate. I'm very responsive to emails, I work well with schedules, and I just really enjoy teaching. ... [more]

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