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Tim B.

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I am a software engineer with many years of experience in the field. During my undergraduate program I worked on a variety of research projects with faculty spanning multiple years and graduated Cum Laude in Computer Science. I've received first place...

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I am a life-long Chicagoan who earned B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science at UIC. I have 15 years of professional experience as a Software Engineer, and a true passion for teaching. I specialize in tutoring core Java, Java Spring, C#, .NET, Python,...

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Hi! My name is Kevin, and I've been tutoring students of all ages and abilities for over nine years. My primary focus is STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), but I also help students succeed in computer programming and in test prep (ACT/SAT/GRE)....

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Do you enjoy learning, making things work, or solving interesting problems? You probably also like creating new ways of looking at the world and expressing yourself! It's great fun to do these things and gain expertise in the process. That's what school...

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Integrating du/u ==> Len u + C Integrating u du ==> u^2 / 2 + C Integrating u^2 du/u ==> u^3 / 3 + C Integrating du/u^2 ==> -1/u + C Integrating du ==> u + C EXPONENT RULE Dx of [exponential term]: keep the whole [term] * Dx of the exp * ln of the base. Work in reverse for integrals of exp terms: keep the whole [term] / Dx of exp / ln of base.
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