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Receive personally tailored Calculus lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

How can Calculus tutoring help you succeed?

Calculus, for many students, is the most complex form of math. Calculus uses mathematics to study change. The main focuses of the field are the rate of change and accumulation. Limits, a concept introduced to students in algebra and geometry, are used extensively throughout this subject. If you have struggled with this concept in the past or are currently having a hard time keeping up in your calculus course, a tutor may a great solution. The educational directors at Varsity Tutors can help you to locate a calculus tutor in San Francisco, California, who can work with you through your coursework.

Learning about slope and limits allows students to measure the rate of change on a minuscule scale. An example of this is measuring the velocity of change in an airplane over a manner of six seconds. Because the numbers can change so little in such a short period of time, students have to use calculus to determine the exact differences. If graphs and slope have always been subjects that don't click for you, then calculus could be a difficult course for you. However, with the help of a San Francisco calculus tutor, you can work through the areas you find difficult. Daily assignments can be a daunting task when you don't understand the material. However, when you work through the problems with a tutor, you can have them explained and rework them until you find the right answer. A tutor can work with you to point out instances where you've miscalculated, and they can explain the concepts behind the issues you don't understand.

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Session Summaries by Calculus Tutors

Calculus Tutoring review by Michael in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA
Today's session focused on derivatives of logarithmic functions. The student picked up the section-specific concepts quickly, and I was pleased with the algebraic sophistication she demonstrated in the problems requiring implicit differentiation.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Brandon in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA
During our second session, we discussed applied optimization, the first derivative, and global vs regional maxima and minima.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Bisola in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA
We worked on calculus. We went through her calculus homework together and were able to get through all the problems. Hope to be able to return to physics during the next session.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Stuart in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA
The student and I spent this session reviewing her previous test, learning about critical points in a graph and what they represent, learning how to calculate limits that go to infinity, calculating local mins and maxes, and visualizing a function based on just an equation. She did very well on her previous test, only missing very small details on a few problems. After covering her test we looked at limits going to infinity and why graphs behave in certain ways when values of X get exceedingly large or exceedingly small. We worked a few problems calculating limits and moved on to calculating min and max values of a graph, which incorporated learning how to calculate "Critical points" on a graph. After working some practice problems of this nature, we tied all of it together and learned how to draw graphs based on calculating local mins and maxes, critical points, limits to infinity and concavity.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Katrina in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA
The student is starting integrals so we worked on using various approximation theories to find the area under a curve. We talked about how integrals are used in physics and other disciplines. We then switched to physics and worked on free body diagrams with forces, momentum, and energy.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Matthew in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA
First we reviewed some of the concepts about derivatives that we talked about last time. The student said he had a test on that chapter recently. We went back and worked some problems on curve sketching, finding minimums/maximums, and finding tangent lines. Then we moved on to the current chapter on integrals. I showed how computing integrals is basically just reversing the process for taking derivatives, and he did pretty well. He did several of the problems from his assignment easily and without my help. I think if we stay on top of this material, he'll have a much better understanding when it comes time to start applying integrals to find areas and volumes.
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