Online Calculus Tutoring
Leibniz and Newton are considered to be the pioneers of modern calculus. They developed the fundamental theorem of calculus. Studying calculus is like studying about a change in objects bit by bit. It helps us to build a quantitative model of the change and then understand the implications of this change. Calculus in Latin means a small stone with which counting is done. Calculus is an integral part of mathematics dealing in integrals, functions, limits, derivatives and infinite series. It is further divided into integral calculus and differential calculus. Calculus and its applications on engineering revolutionized the developments in modern science and had a great impact on the industrial revolution.
Calculus is the first step towards understanding more complex mathematical concepts and their analysis and we at SchoolTrainer.com prepare you for a smooth take off into this complex mathematical world by making the study of calculus very simple and enjoyable. We have various tools like whiteboard and computer spreadsheets with which our calculus online tutors will help you understand and incur in you the ability to solve the problems independently and efficiently. SchoolTrainer.com customises courses, especially complex ones such as those for calculus, according to the student’s requirements and arranges for a one-on-one tutor so that the student gets complete attention.
We also have a coordinator who is present during the calculus online tutoring sessions to resolve any issues faced by our students. Our online calculus tutors are well equipped and experienced in the methods of online teaching, help students identify weak spots and provide worksheets for practice between sessions. Enroll in SchoolTrainer’s online calculus tutoring program today to get the edge you need!
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