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...It is also important to be able to evaluate limits analytically and cover continuity, one-sided limit and infinite limits. After the tangent line problem is introduced, we can start showing the meaning of derivatives. I normally separate this into 4 areas; a. the basic derivatives which includ...

...I taught in the computer information systems and technology department at West Georgia Technical College for 1 and 1/2 years. Back in the day I was a chemistry graduate teaching assistant at Georgia Tech and an unpaid computer programming teaching assistant at LaGrange College. I am well versed in Microsoft Office applications: Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.

I first started tutoring on the side in high school, then worked at the Georgia Southern University Academic Success Center as a tutor for **calculus** and other lower maths. While at university, I was hired into a student-teaching role for General Chemistry, and a teaching assistant role for General a...

...Teaching is my passion and I always do my best to help you meet your academic goal! In Newton's efforts to understand the physical world, he invented **calculus** as a means of describing it. From the arc of a baseball as it soars into the stands to motion of planets as they move through our solar system, most everything that is tangible to us speaks the language of **calculus**.

...I taught algebra support classes in high school for two years. Pre-**calculus** is one of my favorite subjects to tutor. The foundation of pre-**calculus** include strong algebra skills and the fundamental knowledge of trigonometric functions.

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