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January 12, 2018

If you are a student that only needs help with one problem then submit your problem below and within 24 hours I will send a detailed video breaking down how to solve your math problem! Email: chelseathemathtutor@gmail.com -or-

November 18, 2017

If you have a math problem you would like me to solve submit it to me via email. Today’s question is to find dy/dx of the curve: x2 – xy + y2 = 1. If you have any questions after the video comment below so I can better explain any parts you may not understand. For … More Implicit Differentiation: Finding dy/dx

July 26, 2016

To all of the Homeschooling Parents, Math is a subject that begins to get difficult to teach pretty early on! Especially as textbooks continue to change each year. For example, this past year in Algebra I and II students were expected to cover a chapter on Statistics that was never there before. If you are struggling … More Homeschoolers – Need a Math Teacher?

February 8, 2016

I recently ventured into the world of online tutoring, something I was quite skeptical of initially, and have been shocked by how successful it has been! I currently have 3 students I tutor online and through the use of Google Video Chats we are able to share screens and work. I can watch a student do … More Online Tutoring

January 13, 2016

This is my first official post for the site and I am excited to be launching my new company this year in Jacksonville! One of the most common questions I am asked from parents are where to find great resources for their child to work on at home. Today I am going to be focusing … More Resources for Students