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...Calculus is a vast subject that begins by building on top of algebra and trigonometry by introducing concepts such as limits and infinite series. It then introduces derivatives and later integration. After those concepts are mastered partial differentiation, multivariate integration, differential equations and differential operators are added.

...It's important to establish good math habits in this class early: learning how to define variables, writing out general equations, writing out each step when isolating a variable, etc. Mastering Prealgebra gives a student a great head start and the confidence to tackle more advanced Math. Precalculus provides all the "mechanics" required for calculus.

...I have been teaching **physics** and math for the past 13 years. I have taken MCAT twice before and am very familiar with the format of the exam. I have also tutored a few students regarding their MCAT.

...It's never too soon to start preparing for the SAT, so if you need support with the critical reading section, be sure to let me know. The California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST) is extremely manageable with the right support. When I took the CBEST in 2006, I earned nearly perfect scores on both the reading and math sections of the exam.

...Usually, a tricky word problem is just that: a problem with the wording. A simple sketch can be the difference between frustration and understanding. Most of precalculus takes the algebra 2 topics and adds more detail.

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