I have been teaching part-time for about 4 years. I have taught Math and English for Students from 8th Grade to 12th grade. Having completed my engineering in Electrical and Electronics, Maths is one of my strongest weapons. Electrical Engineering is filled with Integration, Differentiation, Partial Differentiation, Matrices to calculate the power energy and complex problems in Transmission Lines. I am a specialist in Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Trigonometry. ✅ Calculus 1 ➜ Derivative ➜ Notation ➜ Newton's notation for differentiation ➜ Leibniz's notation for differentiation ➜ Simplest rules ➜ The derivative of a constant ➜ Sum rule in differentiation ➜ Constant factor rule in differentiation ➜ Linearity of differentiation ➜ Power rule ➜ Chain rule ➜ Local linearization ➜ Product rule ➜ Quotient rule ➜ Inverse functions and differentiation ➜ Implicit differentiation ➜ Stationary point ➜ Maxima and minima ➜ First derivative test ➜ Second derivative test ➜ Extreme value theorem ➜ Differential equation ➜ Differential operator ➜ Newton's method ➜ Taylor's theorem ➜ L'Hôpital's rule ➜ General Leibniz rule ➜ Mean value theorem ➜ Logarithmic derivative ➜ Differential (calculus) ➜ Related rates ➜ Regiomontanus' angle maximization problem ➜ Rolle's theorem ✅ Calculus 2 ➜ Antiderivative/Indefinite integral ➜ Simplest rules ➜ Sum rule in integration ➜ Constant factor rule in integration ➜ Linearity of integration ➜ The arbitrary constant of integration ➜ Cavalieri's quadrature formula ➜ The fundamental theorem of calculus ➜ Integration by parts ➜ Inverse chain rule method ➜ Integration by substitution ➜ Tangent half-angle substitution ➜ Differentiation under the integral sign ➜ Trigonometric substitution ➜ Partial fractions in integration ➜ Quadratic integral ➜ Proof that 22/7 exceeds π ➜ Trapezium rule ➜ Integral of the secant function ➜ Integral of secant cubed ➜ Arclength ➜ Solid of revolution ➜ Shell integration ✅ Trigonometry ➜ Introduction to the trigonometric ratios: ➜ Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Solving for a side in a right triangle using the trigonometric ratios: ➜ Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Solving for an angle in a right triangle using the trigonometric ratios: ➜ Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Modeling with right triangles: Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Trigonometric ratios and similarity: Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Sine and cosine of complementary angles: Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Trigonometric ratios of special triangles: Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Introduction to the Pythagorean trigonometric identity: Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ The reciprocal trigonometric ratios ➜ The law of sines: Trigonometry with general triangles ➜ The law of cosines: Trigonometry with general triangles ➜ Solving general triangles ➜ Introduction to radians: The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent ➜ The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent: The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent ➜ The graphs of sine, cosine, and tangent: The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent ➜ Basic trigonometric identities: The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent ➜ Trigonometric values of special angles: The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent ➜ The Pythagorean identity: The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent ➜ Long live Tau ➜ The graphs of sine, cosine, and tangent: Graphs of trigonometric functions ➜ Introduction to amplitude, midline, and extrema of sinusoidal functions: ➜ Graphs of trigonometric functions ➜ Finding amplitude and midline of sinusoidal functions from their formulas: Graphs of trigonometric functions ➜ Period of sinusoidal functions: Graphs of trigonometric functions ➜ Graphing sinusoidal functions: Graphs of trigonometric functions ➜ Constructing sinusoidal functions ➜ The inverse trigonometric functions: Trigonometric equations and identities ➜ Solving basic sinusoidal equations: Trigonometric equations and identities ➜ Solving advanced sinusoidal equations: Trigonometric equations and identities ➜ Solving sinusoidal models: Trigonometric equations and identities ➜ Introduction to the trigonometric angle addition identities: ➜ Trigonometric equations and identities ➜ Using trigonometric identities to solve problems: Trigonometric equations and identities ➜ Challenging trigonometry problems I have also taught students to appear for IELTS. Now looking for students whom I can help them with Math and English. Home Classes available on request.

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As a busy parent, I am extremely happy having Raghu teaching my son Math. He is very professional, intelligent and has a very good understanding on what to improve. I definitely recommend his services. He is a great Tutor! Tony
He is really good
Patient, knowledgeable and dependable. He taught both my kids maths and could switch between low grade and high quite admirably.
Wonderful teacher!

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