Dylan J

Seaside, CA

STEM Concentrated

$35/hr

Profile

I have never been a tutor but I have had friends who were tutors. I have exceptional math and science knowledge. I have taken math up to Calculus II and have taken numerous science courses including but not limited to, astronomy, biology, marine biology, ecology, geology, chemistry, aqueous chemistry, environmental science, atmospheric science and hydrology. I believe I would be an excellent tutor candidate as I am currently going to school at CSU Monterey Bay for B.S. in Marine Science, expected graduation December 2017. I have worked with other classmates, helping them with homework and test review but I have never thought of that as tutoring.

Education

expected graduation Dec 2017 B.S Marine Science CSU Monterey Bay, GPA 3.2

Subjects of Expertise

Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Calculus, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Astronomy, Physical Science, Pre-Calculus

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2 Tutorials by Dylan J

intro to chain rule

The chain rule in calculus is finding the derivative for two or more products of themselves. For example F(x)= (x+3)^4 where F(x)= G(H(x)) and G(x)= (x)^4, H(x)= x+3. Then you would use the chain rule to find the derivative. This rule is simple, yet it can be hard to differentiate the different individual functions. So…

continuation of chain rule

The chain rule in calculus is finding the derivative for two or more products of themselves. For example F(x)= (x+3)^4 where F(x)= G(H(x)) and G(x)= (x)^4, H(x)= x+3. Then you would use the chain rule to find the derivative. This rule is simple, yet it can be hard to differentiate the different individual functions. So…

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