The Educator's PLN

The personal learning network for educators

# Calculus Tutoring

Calculus is originated from a Latin word ‘calculus’ and literally, it signifies 'small pebble'. However, it is a mathematical study related to continuous change, similarly the algebra, geometry, and others. There are two different prominent branches of calculus Differential Calculus (concerned with the slopes of the curve and rates of change) and Integral Calculus (related to the areas between curves and aggregation of quantities). Moreover, these two branches are interrelated through the basic theorem concerned with calculus.

However, calculus is a prominent part of modern mathematics and a sound knowledge in calculus opens the door of more advanced courses in math. However, there are a good number of subtopics added in calculus and each one has significant contribution in learning this topic from its root. Learn this topic by starting with Precalculus, a step to get prepared for calculus and it covers some topics such as trigonometry, matrices, conic sections, complex numbers and others.

Differentiation, Definite Integrals, Indefinite Integrals, Applications of Derivatives are some of the salient sub-topics that students learn one by one. Remember, the main purpose of calculus is to attain the rate of change and motion. Start learning this topic from basic with limits and gradually, master other sub-topics.

However, online calculus tutoring is a favorable way to learn this subject in a step by step manner. Derivative applications, limits and solid of revolution are some imperative sub-topics that students must learn to develop a sound knowledge in calculus and for that they can choose online sessions, where they get personalized attention as well as a thorough explanation on each topic. Besides, online calculus help is a great way to learn this topic without any complication as it assists students in learning each sub-topic at their own speed. Additionally, with this online help, students can learn any calculus sub-topic repeatedly and can do rigorous practice, as well.

Online Calculus Tutoring at a glance:

• Each Session assists students in grasping pertinent information from the root.

• Calculus tutoring is easily accessible as well as affordable.

• Combined with required technology, online calculus help makes learning this topic easier and more effective.

• It boosts students’ confidence and skills by assisting them in completing assessments, regular homework and projects.

• Starting from precalculus to Exponential and Logarithmic Series, each sub-topic is available with explicit examples.

Views: 168

Comment

Join The Educator's PLN

Thomas Whitby created this Ning Network.

## Latest Activity

John Bowden, Randy Tipton, janice antoine and 2 more joined The Educator's PLN
yesterday
Jose Hodge posted a blog post

### DORM SWEET DORM

College dorms are a great place to make friends, find classmates and enjoy college more closely. But which one to choose? This is often the big question for those who have to travel miles away from home to attend college the next year. This is the current situation of approximately 200,000 students, so it is very important to know all the details. In this case, we give you some advice so you can choose the best place without dying in the process and having a great time. Take notes!Find the best…See More
Tuesday
Nancy Carolina Mendez Melo updated their profile
Monday
Thomas Whitby's video was featured

### Community for Creativity, Fayette County Public Schools

Learn about the Community for Creativity 2018- 2019 pilot program for Fayette County Public Schools through this video collaboratively produced by the studen...
Nov 7
Thomas Whitby posted a video

### Community for Creativity, Fayette County Public Schools

Learn about the Community for Creativity 2018- 2019 pilot program for Fayette County Public Schools through this video collaboratively produced by the studen...
Nov 7
andy mellor posted a blog post

### Taking control, taking ownership and stepping up!

For some time now I have believed very strongly that the profession should help to regulate and support itself.On Friday Dame Alison Peacock from the Chartered College, Sir Kevan Collins from EEF and I presented to 50+ school leaders in the North West on a vision for more autonomy for schools and more self regulation.I covered the outcome of the NAHT Accountability Commission which talks about school leaders stepping up and taking responsibility for themselves and their peers as quite simply,…See More
Nov 7
Jinny Christiansen, Tulia and Erin Magagna joined The Educator's PLN
Nov 7