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Vladimir K. ...They are also very confusing. I can help you with some of the new concepts that are introduced in Calculus. They are: Limits, Rules of Differentiation, Related Rates, Optimization problems, Riemann sum, Techniques of Integration, Differential Equations, Parametric Equations, Polar Coordinates, and Partial Derivatives.
14 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
San Francisco, CA
Stan L. ...My undergraduate degree is in mathematics, and I have worked as a computer professional, as well as a math tutor. My doctoral degree is in psychology. I think this is a wonderful combination: I can relate to students, understand their frustrations and fears, and at the same time I deeply unders...
20 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, biology
San Rafael, CA
Terry S. ...Most importantly, I use the simplest and shortest way to make sure my students understand! I am a Statistics Master student at San Jose State University. During my graduate study at UC Davis and San Jose State University, I was involved in a variety of data analysis projects which required depth of knowledge in statistics.
3 Subjects: including statistics, economics, econometrics
San Francisco, CA
Nate W. ...Teachers also learn. And, by tutoring more and more, I grow in skill as well. It is a two way street that poses a mutual benefit to each party.
5 Subjects: including statistics, algebra 1, basketball, social studies
Novato, CA
Matt W. ...In fact, the lowest grade any of my regular private students has received was a B+. I have helped a lot of students on their math section of the SATs. Generally speaking, my students average an increase of around 100-150 points on their math section alone. Imagine going from 550, a slightly higher than average score, to about a 700, an amazing score.
27 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
Berkeley, CA

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