...I will even show you simple tricks for doing word problems (which you probably think is not possible).
I can teach, inter alia: limits, derivatives, differentials, related rates, integrals, antiderivatives, calculating area, volume (shell method, cylinder method, etc.).
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...My background in theoretical physics and extensive research, as well as 25 years of teaching experience position me as a relevant and appropriate assistant to the needs of a college or high school student. I pre-calculus to 2nd year college students. I taught recently Discrete math at NYU for computer science major. (read more)
Hi, I'm Shannon! I am a graduate student in Economics at Fordham University and have an undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame. I graduated summa cum laude with majors in Accounting and Political Science. (read more)
...If you're looking for a kind, patient tutor who's well aware how difficult math can be, feel free to contact me.I achieved my actuarial science degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2019. I earned A's in most of my actuarial science courses. I completed Society of Actuarial exam P (probability) in July 2019. (read more)
Remember how difficult it was the first time your physics teacher said you had to break forces down into components in order to use Newton's Second Law? Or when they asked you to find the maxima and minima of a complicated function? I sure do - I struggled with those things as well. (read more)