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Trusted teacher: I'm graduated in Quantitative Finance with a Master in Financial Mathematics. I was always in love with mathematics and this is the reason why I'm teaching it. The topic I can cover confidently are: - Basic Calculus; - Stochastic Analysis (Black and Scholes, stochastic finance) - Derivatives - Integrals - College mathematics
Math · Calculus
Safa - Zurich34Fr
I am a master's degree student at UZH. During the last two years, I have been teaching and mentoring students to prepare them for the National Universities Entrance Exam in my country of birth, Iran. Several students of mine have succeeded in being in the top 1000 students, among nearly 250,000 participants. Additionally, I have the experience of teaching the Fundamentals of Geometry and Calculus at the National Organization for Development of Exceptional Talents (NODET) high schools. I try to help my students think analytically and have better reasoning abilities through a deep understanding of the basics and then solving illuminating examples.
Calculus · Geometry · Math
Student in 3rd year of college, I give mathematics classes for students from primary to secondary school. For the course of 1h: I will take the time to do a summary for 15-20 min and the rest will be exercises. An effective method that will help to understand the theory and reinforce it with practice. I will also put tests in situation so that the student can manage his stress. I am very patient and pedagogue, and will only get personal satisfaction once the student understands everything.
Math · Algebra · Calculus
Lisjana - Zürich (Kreis 3)33Fr
Trusted teacher: I specialize in tutoting calculus to international school students as well as national schools in Switzerland and Italy. My teaching method is a combination of theory and practice. The students can bring their own exercises to solve or to better understand. I provide students with extra exercises that can be done in class or as homework. The subject of the classes is the entire AP calculus program: 1) Limits and continuity: - Graphing and interpreting graphs (pre-calculus). - Limits and continuity. Finding limits algebraically or estimating them from numerical or graphical data. Continuity in terms of limits. - Intermediate Value Theorem and Extreme Value Theorem. - Vertical, horizontal, and oblique asymptotes. Limits involving infinity. 2) Derivates and rates of change: - Limit definition of the derivative and its relationship to continuity. - Derivative rules including the Power Rule, Product Rule, Quotient Rule, and Chain Rule. - Slope and tangent lines. - Linear approximation and differentials. - Instantaneous and average rates of change. Relationship among position, velocity, and acceleration functions. - Higher order derivatives. - Implicit Differentiation. - Analysis of Graphs based on both pre-calculus methods and derivative information. This includes finding intervals of increase/decrease, relative minima/maxima, intervals of concavity, and inflection points. - Mean value theorem and Rolle’s Theorem. - Applications of derivatives, including optimization and related rates. - Elementary differential equations and slope fields. 3) Integrals and Areas: - Antidifferentiation and indefinite integrals. - Techniques of antidifferentiation, including power rule, algebraic manipulation, and substitution. - Finite Riemann sums and their limits. Relationship to definite integrals. - The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and definite integrals. - Trapezoid Rule and other methods for estimating area. - Exact area below a curve or between two curves, using definite integrals. - Volumes of solids of revolution, by washer method and shell method. - Accumulation functions. - Relationships between position, velocity, and acceleration using integrals. - Average value of a function over an interval. - Models for exponential growth and decay.
Plus calculating * minus calculating * calculating * painting A basic math course for adults who want to start at the very beginning. The course builds up very slowly and covers the basic arithmetic operations. The course instructor deals with you individually and tries to close your existing gaps or to build up your knowledge from scratch.
Calculus · Elementary school level · Math
Trusted teacher: Math classes for secondary school students (basic maths), high school (vectors, calculus, test preparations) and Bachelor Science/Biology/Psychology students (UZH/ETH) (analysis, linear algebra, statistics, probability). Help with the exercises, and prepping for exams.
Calculus · Math · Algebra