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Vinay has got me to understand some concepts that are critical to understanding calculus. It is so amazing that people like Vinay are willing to share their knowledge and help people to understand this difficult subject.
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Saumya, knows her calculus, she does excellent work. Highly recommended.
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“What is Calculus?” in our tutors’ words:
Calculus is the study of change. When we do basic algebra, x is always x, and once we've solved, we get a single number. But in the real world, numbers don't stay the same - the height of a baseball thrown in the air is different from moment to moment. Calculus gives us the tools to understand and calculate with changing quantities.
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Calculus is a mathematical study of how things change either in space or time. It provides a framework for modeling systems to deduce the predictions of systems at different temporal and spatial scales.
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