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Calculus can be an intimidating subject to study, but it doesn't have to be. Varsity Tutors can help you locate calculus tutoring in Boston. A professional, one-on-one tutor can cover confusing topics with you, including concepts such as numerical differentiation and inverse functions. Is differential calculus, integral calculus, or multivariable calculus causing you to struggle and fall behind in class? A tutor can work through these difficult topics with you, answering questions along the way. Your tutor can also be flexible with your schedule, meeting at a time and place that works best for you.

Perhaps the class is moving at a pace that is just too fast for you, causing you to feel lost in a mess of topics like antiderivatives, areas under the curve, and instantaneous rate of change. Your tutor can work with you at your own unique pace, allowing for plenty of time for you to ask questions and gain clarity on the concepts at hand. You can contact Varsity Tutors for help finding a great Boston calculus tutor. Unlike a packed lecture hall, you can feel comfortable stopping your tutor the second a concept becomes confusing. Do you need your tutor to go through how to prove a derivative multiple times, step by step? No problem. This session is focused on your personal understanding of calculus, rather than targeting a large classroom filled with students of varying learning paces and styles. Your tutor understands that everyone learns in a different way. Calculus tutors in Boston, Massachusetts, can adapt their teaching style to match your unique learning style.

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Boston, MA Calculus tutoring
We reviewed for an exam that is to be taken today. The exam is to cover related rates, the chain rule, derivatives, implicit differentiation, etc. I believe that he is able to do all the problems but the instructor seems to be moving at a very fast pace compared to the first half of the class.
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Boston, MA Calculus tutoring
Functions, all types along with derivatives and antiderivatives of these functions . Revised standard forms. She worked on a number of varied problems. Sorted all her difficulties. Gave her sufficient work for the next lesson.
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Boston, MA Calculus tutoring
Today, the student and I learned about implicit differentiation, maxima and minima, and reviewed all of the calculus we have learned so far. We are planning to resume teaching on Monday, with maxima and minima.
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Boston, MA Calculus tutoring
Today, we started our session by continuing our discussion of motion in along a line. These questions have many variations that can be used to throw off the test taker. We discussed many of these tricks and ways to spot them. We went through another AP multiple choice style questions over this topic. For each of the problems, I had the student work it on his own and then explain the concepts and reasons relating to that questions. Many times I made statements or asked questions that were meant to be misleading or slightly wrong so that the student would have to catch the subtle differences in the problems. The student is growing more and more confident with these questions. To conclude the session, we worked on an AP free response question conveniently covering these same ideas. By this point, the student should have been exposed to most if not all of the types of questions relating to this topic.
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Boston, MA Calculus tutoring
We went through more homework problems. This time, the homework concentrated mostly on calculating limits of functions while the rest had to do with the continuity/discontinuity of functions. In addition to the homework, we did a few more problems online relating to limits. When doing those online problems, I gave the student some tips and tricks on how to do those limit problems. Just like last time, the lesson went well and I hope that it stays that way!
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Boston, MA Calculus tutoring
First student- We worked through surface area and volume of various shapes in order to prep for her test today. She understands quite well how to manipulate various problems regarding the surface area of about every shape she could think of. We also worked through the surface area of frustums of conics and pyramids. Second student- We worked through a bunch of differential equations. After working through those, we went on to a more general review of the application of the derivative, optimization, critical points, points of inflection, where the points of inflection are if you take the absolute value of certain function. He seemed fairly comfortable with it all.
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