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Ping Z.
70/hour

Calculus Specialist

I specialize in teaching calculus. I have tutored more hours in calculus than in any other subjects! While working on my master's degree in mathematics at University of Houston, I taught calculus several times each... read more

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I specialize in teaching calculus. I have tutored more hours in calculus than in any other subjects! While working on my master's degree in mathematics at University of Houston, I taught calculus several times each... read more

Stephanie S.
115/hour

MA in Mathematics with 10+ Years Teaching and Tutoring Calculus 1 & 2

Calculus is beautiful. Many students find it tough, but the difficulty is usually from forgotten Algebra or Precalculus concepts. I love to help students find the beauty and logic in Calculus. As a bonus, while working on these new... read more

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Calculus is beautiful. Many students find it tough, but the difficulty is usually from forgotten Algebra or Precalculus concepts. I love to help students find the beauty and logic in Calculus. As a bonus, while working on these new... read more

Frank H.
75/hour

AP & College Calculus for Engineering/Science Majors!

As a Ph.D. in Physics (Atomic/Molecular) from Georgia Tech, I have experience with and have tutored the following Calculus Courses/Topics with 5 Star Rating:... read more

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As a Ph.D. in Physics (Atomic/Molecular) from Georgia Tech, I have experience with and have tutored the following Calculus Courses/Topics with 5 Star Rating:... read more

Douglas Z.
135/hour

Caltech Ph.D., taught at Columbia University

I have taught several different levels of calculus. I have applied it in areas like economics and machine learning. Calculus might be the subject I have tutored the most in the last few years. read more

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I have taught several different levels of calculus. I have applied it in areas like economics and machine learning. Calculus might be the subject I have tutored the most in the last few years. read more

Logan D.
65/hour

Calculus

Calculus is the exploration of approximation and how functions change over time. In calculus one we are introduced to a variety of tools, such as the limit, continuity, derivative, integral, and the fundamental theorem of... read more

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Calculus is the exploration of approximation and how functions change over time. In calculus one we are introduced to a variety of tools, such as the limit, continuity, derivative, integral, and the fundamental theorem of... read more

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How would you define Calculus in your own words?
Calculus consists of two halves. The first half is differential calculus, and the second half is integral calculus. I define differential calculus as being “the mathematics of change”, because most of what we do in differential calculus is analyzing the rate of change, and understanding its... read more
Calculus consists of two halves. The first half is differential calculus, and the second half is integral calculus. I define differential... read more
Answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define Calculus in your own words?
Calculus is the study of limits, derivatives, and integrals. That's a vocab mouthful right there, so let me give you a little surface introduction to what each of those words mean. Limits are a way of finding the values of problematic functions at problematic points. The derivative of a... read more
Calculus is the study of limits, derivatives, and integrals. That's a vocab mouthful right there, so let me give you a little surface introduction... read more
Answered • 09/20/18

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How would you define Calculus in your own words?
Calculus is one of the most important human intellectual achievements in history, and one of the fundamental tools of the modern sciences. Calculus, broadly, is the study of change-- change over time or space, or relative change between two quantities. The mechanics of calculus can be... read more
Calculus is one of the most important human intellectual achievements in history, and one of the fundamental tools of the modern sciences. ... read more
Answered • 09/07/18

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How would you define Calculus in your own words?
Calculus is one of the gifts given to us by Isaac Newton and it tackles the ideas of "rate of change" and "area under the curve" when they are applied to non-linear curves; that is curves that do not follow the y = mx + b equation learned in algebra. There are two main branches, differential... read more
Calculus is one of the gifts given to us by Isaac Newton and it tackles the ideas of "rate of change" and "area under the curve" when they are... read more
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Christopher P. answered • 07/08/18

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