Avon, CTView Tutor
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Waterbury, CTView Tutor
...The best process here is usually and steady and consistent review of the subject matter combined with many practice problems until a solid level of comfort is reached. Calculus is another big step in the progression of a math student. Sub-topics such as derivatives, differentiation, and maximization can be very intimidating if it feels like the instructor is moving through them too quickly.
Hamden, CTView Tutor
...Since third grade in my elementary years I was fortunate to play on special club teams and all-star games. In high school I had some really good coaches who taught me the fundamentals of the motion offense. In particular, Coach Howard (who was the assistant coach of Arizona State when Byron Scott played for them) taught me a great deal.
New Britain, CTView Tutor
...Many real-world problems can be modeled using this area of math. Since it is at its core a straightforward examination of real situations, discrete math is the perfect subject for learners of every level and age. Linear programming, for example, is very useful when solving production and usage problems.
West Hartford, CTView Tutor