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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.

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Calculus is about measuring rates of change, but not all students learn this advanced mathematical subject at the same pace. Mastering how to calculate an exponential function, or work with antiderivatives or infinite series, takes practice. You may experience great difficulty with some topics, and take on some more easily. Many calculus students stumble at some point. Thankfully, outside help may fill in any gaps and prevent you from falling behind in class. Call Varsity Tutors today to find calculus tutors in Sacramento, CA, to potentially help you do well in the course.

Your tutor may assess where your strengths and weaknesses lie, and focus a personalized study plan on offering alternative teaching strategies for those topics you are most confused by. They'll spend as much time as needed on these. Each instructor works with your goals and learning style in mind. Going about finding an instructor who may do this may be time-consuming. Varsity Tutors may find you a tutor in Sacramento who may take all of your calculus goals into account, to create an individualized study plan just for you. Continuous assessments may try to be sure you receive the proper instruction and that your tutor's strategy is working.

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Calculus Tutoring review by David in Sacramento, CA
For this session we conceptually reviewed the theory of integrals in terms of a summation. Sums were something that the student was unfamiliar with at first, so we spent a few minutes reviewing sums, their notation and their meaning. Then we continued to the section about definite integrals at which point we reviewed the integration rules.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Michael in Sacramento, CA
We began with a bit of the exam review (problems 1-5 for exam two on November 5th). I'd like to continue spending 10-15 minutes on review and exam prep during each session. We continued into the practice of new differentiation rules. These problems have revealed a few lingering gaps in the student's algebra skills, but I'm optimistic that continued practice will work them out. If not, we may need to do some specific practice for simplification.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Nick in Sacramento, CA
We began our session by discussing an upcoming exam that the student wanted to prepare for. We started this by going over a practice sheet that she had attempted on her own. We went over the problems that she was having trouble with and I tried to reinforce any concepts that she seemed to be having problems understanding. Overall, the student had a good grasp of the majority of the concepts. She needs a little practice using methods such as the definition of the first derivative and the product and quotient rules in order to really cement them in her mind; however, since she is allowed a note sheet, this may not be such an issue for this exam.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Hsiao-harng in Sacramento, CA
We covered derivatives. Specifically, we went through problems on how to take the derivative of trigonometric and exponential functions involving the chain rule. Also, we reviewed a little bit of algebra that involves simplifying expressions and doing logarithms.
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Calculus Tutoring review by William in Sacramento, CA
The student and I discussed problems involving taking derivatives of functions (using chain rule and product rule), finding the absolute maximum and minimum of a function on a specified domain, rolle theorem, and solving word problems with derivatives.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Stuart in Sacramento, CA
The student and I covered related rates and implicit differentiation, which are closely related subjects. We started first with related rates. We looked over some practice problems that her teacher had gone over in class and I helped explain the process behind related rates, how to choose the right equation to differentiate, and how to get derivatives with respect to time. The final subject led into the topic of implicit differentiation. We worked a few implicit differentiation problems together and I had her work some by herself to demonstrate that she understood the material.
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