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Calculus, in summary, is the language that links distance with velocity and acceleration, circumference with area and volume, and mass with momentum and kinetic energy. Pre-calculus exposes you to the principles that lead up to the purpose of calculus. My philosophy is that once you understand the purpose of calculus, you will be more in tune with getting the individual concepts that it requires you to learn in differentiation and integration. That is what I can bring to the table. I have engineered spacecraft, and launch vehicles and aircraft. Calculus directly applies to orbit mechanics in s [more]

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I recently taught high school math in Davidson County for four years and worked directly with the ACT prep program. I am currently working to open my own after school enrichment program and would like to help students all over middle Tennessee improve their math skills while I put it together. The Fall semester is just half way through and already our focus is on Winter Exams, the ACT/SAT, and college applications and scholarships. The December SAT and ACT dates are fast approaching and the ... [more]

My goal as your math tutor is to improve your math study skills, study habits and improve your math grade. By doing the following: - Assist student with math homework. - Prepare student for math class, math quizzes, tests and exams. - Teach student how to study the textbook outside the classroom. - Teach student to manage their time and develop better study habits and skills. The overall goal is to increase students' interest in mathematics and reduce or completely take away any anxi... [more]

Precalculus covers the essentials of algebra as well as trigonometry in preparation for calculus. Having been an algebra tutor for several years and being a student of calculus I, II, III and differential equations, I have much experience with both aspects of precalculus and how they intertwine. In my tutoring sessions, I would like to include the unit circle to test the student's understanding of trigonometry as well as the trigonometric identities, all while emphasizing the correct uses of algebra. [more]

I am going on my fourth year as an instructor at the college level. I have a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a master's degree in mathematics, which makes for a unique perspective on the purpose of math and its application in the world around us. Unlike most professors, I teach entirely introductory mathematics courses, which include algebra, precalculus, and calculus. Combined with a more than a decade of one-on-one private tutoring, this makes me an expert in knowing both w... [more]

I have a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Alabama and in addition to teaching college level general and nursing Chemistry labs, I have always enjoyed helping students to better understand what they are being taught in class. I strongly believe that no matter how hard it might be to understand chemistry courses, that by focusing on handful of fundamental concepts makes learning any chemistry topic fairly painless and fun. I am patient with students and always do my best to promote a ... [more]

I am a math enthusiast who graduated with a bachelors in biochemistry and a minor in mathematics from Oakwood University. While in undergrad I tutored high school and college science and mathematics courses and served as a teaching assistant in the mathematics department, including Precalculus. I graduated from Oakwood University with a Bachelors degree in Biochemistry and a minor in mathematics. While attending Oakwood, I worked as chemistry and math tutor for the Center for Academic Success for two years and a teaching assistant in the Math and Computer Science Department. I then went on com [more]

My name is Ethan. I completed two MS degrees during 2011 - 2016. During my first MS degree, I was a teaching assistant at University of New Orleans. My responsibility was to teach Calculus and Introduction to Statistics. And during the second MS degree at LSU, I was teaching R and Probability. After graduation, I worked as a adjunct professor at North Lake College at Dallas during 2016 - 2017. And now I am a biostatistician at Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center. I have using R and statistics ... [more]

I have been working privately as a mathematics tutor, assisting students with Precalculus as a primary subject for six years now. I excelled in Precalculus as a junior in high school. I achieved exceptional marks in this class, as well as those courses to which Precalculus is a prerequisite, including Calculus 1, 2, and 3, and all engineering courses. The majority of my current and past client base consists of students seeking help with calculus-based math. EXPERIENCE: I am an experienced mathematics tutor and mechanical engineering instructor. I have privately tutored for the past 6 years [more]

I am an undergraduate student working towards my Bachelor's in Biomedical Engineering at Vanderbilt University. I attended Troy High School in Fullerton, California and was a participant of the computer science track in the nationally distinguished Troy Tech Specialized Secondary Magnet Program in Math, Science, and Technology. I have previous experience tutoring students from the elementary school to high school level, in a multitude of subjects, although primarily in STEM courses. In addit... [more]

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