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...I tutor college-level **calculus** and differential equations and again discover a huge lack of fundamentals so necessary to achieve success in these upper-level courses, so I concentrate, when tutoring these particular subjects, on basics to create a strong foundation that will guarantee success as ...

...At last, students will find those concepts from algebra and geometry unified into some type of analytic tool. From the mystifying exercises of Proving Trigonometric Identities to the seemingly odd habits of Modifying Periodic Functions, I expect students will sense an intimidating breed of techn...

...I look forward to hearing from you so we can get to "skinning" these cats, and getting them to "stick".I taught this subject for many years and can lecture entire curriculum by memory. I know of the common mistakes students make in applying many of the concepts. I can also teach tips and tricks that will facilitate mastery of the topics.

...His developments are used to understand the behavior of materials relevant to solar cells, LEDs, and air pollution. His work involves applying the principles of physics, chemistry, **calculus**, and other higher mathematics on a daily basis. Jordan has co-authored several scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals and has reported his work at a number of international conferences.

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