# Calculus Videos on DVD

## "It's like having a tutor right next to you — he explains everything in clear detail."

### Very popular math videos

Do you find math confusing? Need some clear and easy to understand explanations?

Jason Gibson's math videos are a roaring success and I recommend them to you. Go to MathTutorDVD to see what's on offer. Watch some free samples so you get an idea what they are like.

Gibson has a strong academic background but his explanations are easy to follow. The lessons are straightforward, with every step explained in great detail.

The videos are deliberately simple — no bells and whistles here. Gibson stands in front of a basic whiteboard in t-shirt and jeans. This guy’s no stuffy math professor.

Gibson explains math in a simple way.

#### Well-qualified Instructor

Gibson has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Houston, a Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering, and a Masters of Science in Physics.

He worked for Texas instruments and NASA.

### 2 Ways to enjoy the videos

(1) On DVD - at reasonable prices and with low-cost packages available. Learn more!

(2) Online, at \$19.99 per monh. Watch any of the videos - as often as you like! Get over 250 hours of video, from basic math to trigonometry, logarithms, calculus and physics! Worksheets and a discussion forum as well. Join here!

### Are the videos any good?

Let's have a look at some of the math videos on offer.

### Sample Video: Calculus

Here's a sample from one of the calculus videos, What is a Derivative?

[Note: The video and audio quality of the DVD that you get is much better than this YouTube sample.]

The range of topics in Calculus Help: The Calculus 1 & 2 Tutor includes:

#### Disk 1

• Section 1: What Is A Derivative?
• Section 2: The Derivative Defined As A Limit
• Section 3: Differentiation Formulas
• Section 4: Derivatives Of Trigonometric Functions
• Section 5: The Chain Rule
• Section 6: Higher Order Derivatives
• Section 7: Related Rates
• Section 8: Curve Sketching Using Derivatives

#### Disk 2

• Section 9: Introduction To Integrals
• Section 10: Solving Integrals
• Section 11: Integration By Substitution
• Section 12: Calculating Volume With Integrals
• Section 13: Derivatives and Integrals Of Exponentials
• Section 14: Derivatives Of Logarithms
• Section 15: Integration By Parts
• Section 16: Integration By Trig Substitution
• Section 17: Improper Integrals

Order now: Calculus Help: The Calculus 1 & 2 Tutor (2 DVD Set, 8 Hour Course)

The videos also cover quite advanced topics including this one on Introduction To Parametric Equations

This 4-DVD set contains:

#### Disk 1

• Section 1: Inverse Trigonometric Functions
• Section 2: Derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric Functions
• Section 3: Hyperbolic Functions
• Section 4: Inverse Hyperbolic Functions
• Section 5: L'Hospital's Rule
• Section 6: Trigonometric Integrals

#### Disk 2

• Section 7: Integration By Partial Fractions
• Section 8: Arc Length
• Section 9: Area Of A Surface Of Revolution
• Section 10: Parametric Equations
• Section 11: Arc Length In Parametric Equations
• Section 12: Surface Area Of Revolution In Parametric Equations

#### Disk 3

• Section 13: Polar Coordinates
• Section 14: Polar Equations
• Section 15: Area And Length In Polar Coordinates
• Section 16: Sequences

#### Disk 4

• Section 17: Series
• Section 18: Integral Test Of Series Convergence
• Section 19: Comparison Tests Of Series Convergence
• Section 20: Alternating Series Test Of Convergence
• Section 21: Ratio and Root Test Of Series Convergence

Order now: Calculus Help: The Advanced Calculus 2 Tutor (4 DVD Set, 14 Hour Course)

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### Sample video: Physics

Here's asample from one of the physics videos, where Gibson shows how to solve a Simple Harmonic Motion problem, involving period, frequency and amplitude:

Many students get lost in the Simple Harmonic Motion topic. These videos would be very useful as an introduction (before your teacher covers it) or as revision.

Another one of the physics videos is Introduction To Torque (please be patient - it takes a while to load).

Gibson uses examples of opening a door and using a wrench on a bolt.

He points out clearly that the force must be perpendicular to the wrench for the equation τ = rF (where τ is the torque, r is the length of the wrench and F is the force perpendicular to the wrench.

### Testimonials

There are many positive testimonials about these videos from satisfied customers. For example:

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Proof is, I’m watching your DVDs when I would normally be out and about. Never thought I could learn math. I’m blasting straight through to calculus and then physics. I really enjoy this, and am thinking about a career change. Great job!!!

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This comment on the MathTutorDvDs is from Amazon.com

These DVD’s are simple, direct and to the point. They are refreshingly useful and have helped me to learn math concepts I had hurried over in the past or had forgotten. This isn’t bells and whistles, it is the fundamental nuts and bolts of the math that YOU NEED to solve problems from other textbooks.

I ordered the DVD for the library and now recommend it for others whenever I am asked for a good math resource.

JaredMonk, public librarian

There are some very helpful videos here, much cheaper than having your own private tutor.

### Large Range of Topics Covered in the Math Videos

The videos cover a large range of topics from pre-algebra to advanced calculus. There are even some physics lessons available as well. Some of the math topics covered (in separate DVDs) include:

• Basic Math
• Word Problems
• Pre-Algebra
• Algebra
• Matrix Algebra
• Geometry
• Trigonometry
• Pre-Calculus
• Calculus
• Unit Conversions
• Probability and Statistics
• Physics (Newtonian Mechanics, Thermodynamics)

### Awards

The MathTutorDVD videos come at a very fair price. Most courses cost less than \$30 (that's for 6 to 8 hours of instruction - less than \$5 per hour) and there are bundles available that bring the cost down even more. You can't get a live tutor for that kind of money!

You can see a lot more sample videos than the ones mentioned above at MathTutorDVD.com (on the left, you'll see "Free Sample Videos").

#### 2 Ways to Access the math videos

(1) On DVD - at reasonable prices and with low-cost packages available. Learn more!

(2) Online, at \$19.99 per month. Watch any of the videos - as often as you like! Get over 250 hours of math videos! Join here!

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