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...Typically it includes a review of basic algebra topics; various types of functions--including trigonometric and polynomial; series; limits; and an introduction to vectors. Most troubles with introductory calculus are traceable to an inadequate mastery of algebra and trigonometry. As noted above, trigonometry is usually encountered as a part of a pre-calculus course.

...I hold a degree in theoretical mathematics from MIT and am fluent in the applications of advanced mathematics in finance -- especially in derivatives options theory -- including stochastic calculus, partial differential equations, and Black-Scholes theory. I scored a 178 on the LSAT, studied the...

I love to tutor and am excited to find myself with enough time to take on a small number of students. I graduated from MIT and am currently working on a start-up part time and at MIT as an instructor. I miss the one-on-one academic environment and am keen to share some of my knowledge.

...The complexity of the topics involved however, require that your grasp of mathematical concepts and function properties is strong. I have helped numerous students master both the foundations and the specific skills taught in a variety of calculus courses. Geometry is the study and exploration of logic and visual reasoning.

...We are all surrounded by math and science, and a practical knowledge of them makes the world that much less mysterious. I teach and tutor because I can find no greater satisfaction than to instill the excitement I feel about the maths and sciences in others. When I tutor a student, the first thing I do is evaluate what piece of the foundation is missing.

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