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In Calculus, new concepts are introduced that require higher levels of abstract thinking. I work with students to deconstruct the more complex ideas into simpler, understandable pieces. From limits, to derivatives, to integrals, to refreshing necessary skills from earlier math, I have been working with students in this subject for years with great success. As for my educational qualifications, I have a degree from UCLA in Applied Mathematics, graduating Magna Cum Laude. This training has given me a rock-solid foundation in all the math subjects I teach. [more]

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- Ph.D. in Statistics (minor in Mathematics) - I have used calculus a lot in my line of work as both a Statistician and a quantitative financial analyst. Actually, stochastic calculus, a special version of calculus where the functions are random entities, is one of my main job tools. Calculus is one of my favorite subjects to teach because it is a very powerful tool and it is simply amazing in how many ways it can be deployed in real-life applications. I have been helping college student for several years Whenever possible, I like to use Mathematica and use the software amazing graphics to [more]

Calculus is the foundation for math, science and technology; it paves the way. Calculus is a subject that requires success in previous topics. My degree is in Pure Math which means I studied calculus a few days a week for multiple years. After completing my degree I started teaching calculus. It was more then 20 years ago but I am still excited when I can share this beautiful material with my students. What engenders a love of math? How can the door to its beautiful and fun aspects to be opened onto the numbers and their qualities, then remain open through algebra and beyond? Or, how and why d [more]

Calculus is easily my favorite mathematical discipline. It combines the abstract thinking of algebra, the real-world application of engineering and physics, and the elegance of language. I believe that I can demonstrate to any student how interesting calculus really is and in the process develop a total mastery of the topic. I received a score of 5 on the AP Calculus B/C exam, and was deemed both a National AP Scholar as well as National Merit Scholar in high school. I hold a Master's in Applied & Theoretical Mathematics from Cal State Channel Islands and a BA from UC Berkeley in Political S [more]

Over many years, working with a wide variety of students in many types of calculus courses, I have completed more than 10,000 problems. Experience matters when it comes to doing homework and tests in the most efficient manner. Let me show you the easiest way to learn. Calculus can be fun! I began tutoring other students while I was still in high school. I graduated from Caltech with a B.S., majoring in math and minoring in physics. I was awarded my Master?s degree in math from UCLA, tutoring to earn a living as I went through graduate school. I went on to a career in aerospace as an engineer [more]

Hi my name is Craig and I love math. I graduated with honors from the University of California Santa Barbara, where I obtained my Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematical Sciences. Education is important to me as I feel it is the foundation for a successful life. I like to volunteer for my community, so teaching greatly appeals to me because it is rewarding and satisfying to see students progress through a difficult class or problem and be happy with their results. I love critical think... [more]

I'm a degreed engineer and manager with experience ranging from teaching Excel classes to helping the neighborhood kids (and adults!) with algebra and trigonometry. I really enjoy seeing the moment when the light bulb goes on in a student's head, when they gain understanding of a concept. I try to relate math problems to the "real world," and specifically to where the student wants to go with their own career, whenever possible. This tends to improve understanding and retention, as well as... [more]

Calculus is the building block for all the engineering classes and upper division math classes. If you major in engineering you will see that everything you have learned so far in your algebra or other math classes were taught to you so you can apply them in calculus. Calculus may look very scary to those who have problems with the basic concepts of derivative and integral. But I employ some tutoring methods that will make calculus a fun subject for you. Hi everyone, My name is Matthew, and I am a UCLA grad with a bachelor of science in Electrical Engineering and a master of science in civil [more]

If you were stranded on a deserted island, could you reinvent Algebra? Calculus? Trigonometry? I could! Not that that would be the most practical thing to do, but once you understand the basic concepts, you will be able to do the same. I am a strong believer in understanding concepts and knowing fundamentals, NOT in doing math by rote. I will certainly help you get your homework done and get better grades, but I will also make sure that you understand it! I teach students techniques... [more]

I'm currently a student at California Lutheran University and I love to help others in any way I can. My goal is to help each student better understand the material and challenge, but not overwhelm them. I have taught and tutored since I was a freshman in high school. I enjoy tutoring anything ranging from Geometry to Calculus. I also have taught piano lessons for 3 years and was a piano teacher aide prior to having my own studio. I additionally completed Calculus in highschool, and again... [more]

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