CALCULUS TUTORING .....for Santa Rosa Junior College Students

Structured for SRJC Calculus Classes

Tel: (707)235-4095, Santa Rosa, Ca

Email: mark.c.stansberry@gmail.com

Rate: $25.00 per Hour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Santa Rosa Junior College Calculus Tutoring

Tutoring for students taking Calculus 1 (Math 1A) or Brief Calculus (Calculus 8A). Offer instructional tutoring structured around the needs of Santa Rosa's Junior College calculus courses. Designed to provide complete coverage of differential and integral calculus topics needed to excel in business, computer science, mathematics, engineering and physics curriculums.

 

Calculus Tutoring for California State and University of California Curriculums

Sonoma State University
University of Berkeley
San Francisco State University

Tutoring Focused to Your Curriculum Structure
High School and College Level
Instruction services for those taking online calculus courses

Homework Problem Solving Service
In Person Problem Solving Sessions
E-Homework On Demand
E-Learning and E-Study Support

Standardized Calculus Test Preparation AP, SAT II, CLEP, CSET

Stepped Problem Solving Sessions
Time Management Techniques Overview
Study Strategies
Problem Analysis

High School Precalculus

AP Calculus Educational Requirements
California State Board of Education Precalculus Learning Requirements
Santa Rosa High School Honors Calculus

 

 

Schedule a Calculus Tutoring Appointment Today!

Email: mark.c.stansberry@gmail.com

Tel: (707)235-4095

Rates: $25.00 Per Hour

 

 

 

 

Calculus tutoring is designed for Santa Rosa Junior College Calculus 1A, 1B, 1C and 1D calculus courses. Focus and attention is based not only on the calculus curriculum and books used at the JC, but also with an emphasis on time management techniques, explanation of critical learning points, and timed calculus problem testing.

 

Systematic and Time-Efficient Calculus Problem Solving Methodology

Comprehension of Calculus Concepts

Identification of Calculus Problems Types

Proficiency with Calculus Software and Calculators

 

Calculate limits and use limit notation

Determine derivatives of polynomial rational, algebraic, exponential
logarithmic, and trigonometric functions.

Use techniques of differentiation, including product, quotient, and
chain rules

Apply derivatives to graphing, optimization, and science application.

Determine anti derivatives of polynomial, rational, algebraic,
exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions.

Evaluate definite integrals using the fundamental theorem of
calculus.

Use numerical integration to approximate definite integrals.

Apply definite integration to compute area, volumes, arc length
and solve problems in science and related fields.

Apply methods of integration, including integration by parts,
partial fractions, and use of tables or a computer algebra system.

Complete Calculus Coverage for the Math, Business and Engineering Major

Cover the complete range of Calculus problems and solution for high school pre calculus, AP Calculus, , first year and second year college calculus:

Limits
Derivatives,
Absolute Extrema
First and Second Derivative Tests
Integrals
Integration by Parts
Trigonometric Substitution and Integration
Volume of a Solid of Revolution
Rieman Sums
Polynomial Approximations
Taylor and Maclaurin Series, Power Series
Convergence of a Series
Convergent Tests
Ratio Test
P Test, Divergence
Infinite Series
Partial Differential Equations
Vector Calculus
Double Integrals
Triple Integrals
Line and Surface Integrals
Ordinary Differential Equations
Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
Real and Complex Eigenvalues
Laplace transform
Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations
Fourier series,
Separation of variable
Partial differential equations for Physics
First-Order Ordinary Differential Equation
Second-Order Ordinary Differential Equations
Oscillation and Damping
Series Solutions of Ordinary Differential Equations
Partial Differentiation
Vectors
Differential Geometry
Infinite Series
Gamma Function
Fourier series
Laplace transform
Newtons Method
Arc Length
Rate of change
The chain rule
Transcendental and trigonometric functions
Implicit differentiation

Topics

Whether you need to have limit problems solved, need to know how to integrate the most complex integrals, solve optimization problems, or rotate a cylinder around the z-axis, you have found the solution here. Provide concise to the point explanations and solutions for all your Calculus problem -Email: mark.c.stansberry, Tel: (707)235-4095.

 

Math 1A at the Santa Rosa Junior College calculus topics covered are listed below. Expect lectures, homework, quizzes and exams based on these topics.

I. Limits and Continuity
A. Definitions
1. Limit
2. Basic limit theorems
B. Limits from graphs
C. Continuity
II. The Derivative
A. Definition
B. Difference quotients
C. Slope of tangent line
D. Velocity, acceleration and rates of change
E. Product, quotient, and chain rules
F. Basic differentiation formulas for algebraic, trigonometric,
logarithmic, exponential, inverse trigonometric and hyperbolic
functions
G. Anti derivatives
III. Applications of the Derivative
A. Implicit differentiation
B. Mean value theorem
C. Differentials
D. Related rates
E. Optimization
F. Separable differential equations
G. Other applications and modeling
H. Indeterminate forms and L'Hospital's rule

IV. The Integral and Integration
Riemann sums
Definite and indefinite integrals
Fundamental theorem of calculus
Polynomial and Transcendental Functions
logarithmic, exponential, and trigonometric functions
Integration by Parts (substitution)
Numerical integration
Table Integration

V. Applications of the Integral
Integration to Find Areas
Integration to Find Volumes
Integration to Find Arc Length (Length of a Curve)

SRJC Bus Schedules, Clubs, Events and Everyday Information

Find below the top links for Santa Rosa Junior College. Whether you want to join a club, have some fun, or need to get some serious homework done, the links below will get you there. Find all the

* Latest Music, Theater and Sports Events
* Library Hours
* Registration and Apply for SRJC
* Scheduled of Classes
* Bus Schedules

44 Petaluma, SRJC North

44 / 48 South SRJC Petaluma

80/100 SRJC to San Francisco

80/101 San Francisoc to SRJC

 

 

SANTA ROSA JUNIOR COLLEGE TOP LINKS

Summer 2010 Schedule of Classes

Register and Apply - Register and apply for Santa Rosa Junior College mathematics classes here. .

Summer Registration Deadlines - Summer registration begins in May

Santa Rosa Junior College Library - The SRJC library is one of the best libraries in the state. It comes complete with three floors of computers, conference rooms and books. You'll enjoy the panoramic views of the campus and Sonoma from the fourth story vistas and balconies.

Clubs and Organizations - Whether you want to social network or work on a group project, the Santa Rosa Junior College has hundreds of different clubs. Find your group, start a business, start a charity, or even start a homework club.

Calendar of Events Find music, theater, athletic, dance, career development and other school events. Plan your year with the event specific calendars below. They list major events that will occur during the upcoming semesters.

Upcoming SRJC Athletic Event Calendar

Summer Repertory Theatre Event Calendar

Concerts Calendar

Planetarium

Bear Facts

SRJC Summer Calculus Classes Begin June 14, 2010 and End August 10, 2010

Summer calculus courses move quickly at the JC. Besides over 2.5 hours of lecture, four days a week, you can anticipate just about as much homework every night. Calculus tutoring can help you get through the critical first few weeks of the class, when most students are known to drop. Not only will Calculus tutoring help you solve your Calculus problems quickly, but it will also give you the foundation for better grades in all your advanced mathematic classes, whether there at the JC, California State or the University of California - email mark.c.stansberry@gmail.com or phone (707)235-4095.

SRJC Calculus Summer 2010 Schedule

10:00 a.m. - 12:40 pm MTWTH, Room 1713
7:00 a.m. - 9:40 am, MTWTH, Room 1713

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instructor Telephone: (707) 527-4994
Instructor Email: gbach@santarosa.edu

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Flexible Scheduling: Weekdays, Weekends and Evenings

Flexible Locations: Santa Rosa, Cotati, Rohnert Park, SRJC Library, Downtown Santa Rosa, Sonoma State Library, Northern Lights, Railroad Square, Flying Goat, A'Roma Roasters, Redwood Cafe, Montgomery Village, House calls

Technical Support: Over the Phone, Email, and Online Applications and Screen Sharing, Math for Those Rush Assignments

Veteran Support Program: Find out about tutoring reimbursement through veterans administration programs for the Coast Guard and Armed Forces.

Contract Math Services: Calculus Technical Writing, Calculus Based Algorithm and Software Development

Contact: mark.c.stansberry@gmail.com for an appointment.