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Private In-Home and Online Calculus Tutoring in Detroit, MI

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.

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Calculus is an important subject to know if you are planning on studying a program that is related to math. Along with STEM courses, students who are interested in economics, accounting, and finance may all be expected to have a working knowledge of calculus. In order to get the most of your calculus studies, as well as prepare you for success in the professional world, you should consider working with a private tutor. Unlike classroom lectures, private lessons allow you to work with someone who has the time and resources to teach calculus in a way that works for you, while highlighting the practicality of the content. Contact Varsity Tutors' educational directors for help connecting with calculus tutors near Detroit, MI.

One-on-one calculus tutoring in Detroit may help you adequately prepare for your course. If you have an upcoming midterm or final exam, your calculus tutor may aid you in preparing. Your greatest advantage is that private lessons give you the opportunity to study through custom lessons, so that you learn in a way that works for you. Since your tutor is knowledgeable of calculus, they have an idea of what concepts are going to be present on your exams. With this information, they may design a study guide that covers only the important calculus material, thus helping you study in an efficient manner.

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Calculus Tutoring review by Brandon in Detroit, MI
The student and I covered a quiz in preparation for her final. It included finding the derivative using the limit definition, relative minimums/maximums, inflection points, the equation of a tangent line, sketching a function, and word problems. We did extra practice on how to graph a function. She did very well on every topic and has made excellent progress.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Ryan in Detroit, MI
The student and I focused on completing the homework that will be due next week. I trying to work ahead of the class a little, so when the student hears the lectures on the new material, it will be her second time being exposed to it. We completed most of the problems. The ones that are remaining are similar to those that we did together so she should be able to complete the remainder of the assignment on her own.
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Calculus Tutoring review by David in Detroit, MI
This was my final session with the student and I believe he will do well on his final. We spent this session going over the review questions at the end of each chapter in the book, emphasizing on word problems. The student showed much improvement since our last session, proving that he has been doing work outside of our private sessions.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Daniel in Detroit, MI
We focused primarily on implicit differentiation, going through sample problems and talking about the idea behind it. We also used implicit differentiation to derive the formulas for the derivatives of the inverse trigonometric functions. We did several examples and went through problems, also discussing the idea behind taking the derivative of y with respect to x and then adding a factor of dy/dx due to the chain rule.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Andre in Detroit, MI
The student and I met for our final session to review for the multiple choice section of her exam. We reviewed how to determine continuity, differentiability, concavity, inflection points, local and extreme max/mins, relationships of the function, derivative, and double derivative, and differentiation of trig functions. Her efforts during our sessions this year have certainly paid off, and she seemed noticeably more comfortable with the subject as the year went on.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Joseph in Detroit, MI
We prepared for the student's upcoming test, covering a variety of subjects, including product, quotient, and chain rules. We talked extensively about finding maxima, minima, points of inflection, resting points, and what "plugging into" the original function and first and second derivatives means.
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