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Do you sit patiently in your calculus class with your hand raised for way too long? Do you wish you could receive more individualized attention in your calculus class? There is an option that may help you get that kind of help on your coursework. Long Island, New York, calculus tutors can guide you through the difficult concepts and help you study for tests. Varsity Tutors can help connect you with a beneficial tutor.

If you need help working through your properties of derivatives assignments in preparation for your exam in a couple weeks, then your personal tutor can guide you through the sum and difference rule, product rule, quotient rule, and chain rule to find the correct process to solve the problem. Your private tutor can plan sessions that correspond with the units or tests that you are trying to study for. They can be there to give you the one-on-one attention that isn't attainable in the traditional classroom setting where the instructor has to give their attention to many students. Your personal tutor can provide custom lessons that are focused on meeting your learning needs. Calculus tutoring in Long Island can provide personalized lesson plans based on the concepts you need to work on the most.

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Long Island, NY Calculus tutoring
Today, we went over equations of multiple variables and taking partial derivatives. She did not show much difficulty over either concept, and repeated practice problems allowed us to fix any errors. This is our final session, as she is going to be taking her final exam for the class on Thursday.
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Long Island, NY Calculus tutoring
The student and I covered quadratic functions (vertex), exponential functions, logarithms, conversion from a log expression to an exponential form. In order to see the progress in her, I made her practice all the questions from previous quizzes in her class. I showed her how to get the vertex from a quadratic function since she told me she couldn't really understand the procedure. After I explained step by step some exercises, she seemed happy since she understood how to solve these exercises. I did not leave her with any extra practice since she has an online homework to do for her summer class. She tries doing these exercises at home; if she has troubles with some exercises, then we practice them together in our next tutoring session.
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Long Island, NY Calculus tutoring
The student and I covered the very first section of her textbook--functions and their graphs through logarithmic functions. This is more of a review for her because it doesn't really include novel calculus concepts, but it is needed due to the fact she hasn't taken math in two years. The material we are going to cover this summer will all be covered in her calculus class come fall, so my goal is to really get her in the math mindset again rather than achieve some sort of mastery. I can already see her math gears turning!
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Long Island, NY Calculus tutoring
The student and I met to help him get some more of his homework finished, as well as help explain some of the concepts of optimization (maximum and minimum) more in depth. We went through several problems and I wrote out the steps to help him when he reviews for the test. He seemed to understand the concepts better. Also, we looked at some integrals involving trig identities and exponents, which he generally understood after looking up in the reference section for some "known" integrals. He has a test on Monday so he is trying to improve his understanding. We went over some graphing tips and limits as well as domain and range. He has the ability to watch a video or look at a solution for a similar problem on most of his homework, which is very helpful.
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Long Island, NY Calculus tutoring
The student expressed that he was more a bit more comfortable with class since the last session, and he used the tools learned last session quite effectively. He used the tools with minor lapses in chain rule application in new cases, like exponential and logarithmic functions. We covered long division, properties of exponentials and logarithms, optimization problems, and implicit differentiation strategies. Overall, a very productive session.
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Long Island, NY Calculus tutoring
The student and I covered definite integrals and average function values during this session. She caught me up to speed on what she already understood about definite integrals (contrasted with the indefinite integrals we worked on last time). After this, we solved some practice problems together; the student certainly grasps the overarching concepts very well, though she makes minor errors. For instance, she left out negative signs and accidentally double-differentiated multiple times. Consequently, we worked on techniques for double-checking her work afterwards, and for being more meticulous the first time through the solution process. From here, we conceptually connected the process of solving integrals to finding the area under curves (including negative areas below the x-axis). After solving some areas under curves and trigonometric integrals, I showed the student how to check these answers on her calculator (a self-check technique that was not taught in class). This double-check technique should come in handy for giving her confidence and making sure no minor errors were committed; she realizes that she still needs to be able to solve by hand, since she can't show her work with the calculator. Next, I explained the concepts behind finding average function values, and we solved some problems to ensure that she grasped the process. Finally, we previewed the upcoming section on the Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.
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