San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 16, 2010
Are you struggling in Calculus I or II and seeking help to pass your class? integralCALC.com has the tools you need to succeed and even enjoy Calculus without having to pay out of pocket for a tutor.
Started by Krista King in 2010, an alumna of the University of Notre Dame who has been tutoring students in math since age twelve, integralCALC.com is a way for students who need extra guidance and a better understanding of the subject material to get help for free.
The website is a combination of King’s blog, numerous video tutorials in which King explains different topics in Calculus I and II, and contact information to ask King specific questions if the student needs more help.
“Students who need further clarification or help with other Calculus I & II questions are welcome to contact me through the website or at integralCALC@gmail.com,” King said.
Calculus I students will have the opportunity to watch video tutorials on: Asymptotes, Chain Rule, Critical Points, Derivatives, Limits, Product Rule, Quotient Rule, Reciprocal Rule and Related Rates.
Students who study Calculus II can watch video tutorials on: Basic Integrals, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Euler’s Method, Improper Integrals, Infinite Series, Initial Value Problems, Integration by Parts, Lagrange Multipliers, Linear Approximation, Partial Derivatives, Partial Fractions, Present and Future Value, Taylor Polynomials, Trapezoidal Rule, Trigonometric Integrals, Trigonometric Substitution and U-Substitution.
According to King, “My primary focus is to continue adding video content to the website, expanding the list of topics currently available to viewers.”
Whereas some college professors, teaching assistants, and high school teachers are long-winded and difficult to understand, King’s lessons are short and concise.
To check for new video tutorials, to watch older video tutorials and to learn more about King’s website, please visit http://www.integralCALC.com