...I found it quite easy once I realized it's a lot like algebra - most of the mathematical symbols and equations are analogous to algebra symbols and equations. It's a relatively simple topic, and is often about translating words and phrases into mathematical symbols. A lot of logic problems can just be solved using common sense.
Rancho Palos Verdes, CAView Tutor
...It then introduces derivatives and later integration. After those concepts are mastered partial differentiation, multivariate integration, differential equations and differential operators are added. Calculus requires strong math skills in foundational math up through the level of trigonometry, and any holes or weaknesses in those areas need to be addressed.
Los Alamitos, CAView Tutor
...I received my Multiple Subject credential, and a Master of Arts in Teaching at the University of Southern California. During this training I developed expertise on the pedagogy of teaching. I have experience in the classroom teaching 3rd, 4th and 5th grade.
Torrance, CAView Tutor
I earned my MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management in June 2009. The MBA covers the required materials for Business, Accounting, Economics, Marketing, and other business related classes. I earned my MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management in June 2009.
Carson, CAView Tutor
...It is one of the first subjects I began tutoring in and have developed most of my tutoring expertise teaching Trigonometry and math. I also completed a minor in mathematics during my studies at UCLA and Trigonometry was a crucial component of those studies. When in high school, I scored a 720 on the math portion of the SAT as well as a 790 on the Math Level II SAT Subject Test.
Santa Monica, CAView Tutor