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Free Calculus Tutorial VideosWe have been posting free tutorial videos www.midnighttutor.com and getting very positive reviews from high school and college students. The focus of the site is solved actual problems. Our philosophy is represented by our name  midnight tutor: when it is late at night and you are stuck on a problem, where do you turn for help? #2 20080903 06:48:19
Re: Free Calculus Tutorial VideosI have been on this before, and would actually recommend it. Some of the videos are quite entertaining, and there's a wide range of material. Last edited by Daniel123 (20080903 06:48:31) #3 20080903 08:31:14
Re: Free Calculus Tutorial VideosYeah, I like it too! "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #4 20080911 10:16:28
Re: Free Calculus Tutorial VideosI have checking the videos out because of this link, and they are working for me. That one particular dude (younger one) cracks me up now and then. I like the videos because they cut to the chase, yet still address the formula(s) that are presented in classrooms, so you can compare their version with the original, and therefore will make better sense. #6 20081206 03:29:22
Re: Free Calculus Tutorial VideosThey are not of a tutorial nature, but there are 3 very good worksheets on finding derivatives using various methods that selfcheck via a decoder at www.lulu.com/roxlulu All you have to do is download them. It's free! CALCULUS FOR EVERYONE! #7 20081223 13:10:33
Re: Free Calculus Tutorial Videoswww.midnighttutor.com looks like a website I should check out for additional help with calculus, I see loads of vids! "If your going through hell, keep going." #8 20090107 11:12:31
Re: Free Calculus Tutorial VideosHere is some other site that teaches maths through videos and flash games http://www.rapidlearningcenter.com they have designed videos for high school and college students. 