Free Problem Solving Videos
Many of my students simply need to see how I go about solving a problem, and then they become unstuck. I offer these completely free videos to help students get unstuck with their homework or topics they're studying in school. Once you sign up with a free account, you'll have access to:
Over 400 Calculus problem solving questions and solutions.
Video explanations on how to solve each type of problem, organized by topic.
Unlimited ability to re-watch problems covering the entire range of AP Calculus AB and BC.
If you still have questions with a specific problem or a different type of problem, ask them in the homework help forum that I check daily.
Frequently asked questions
How does this compare to Khan Academy or YouTube?
How does it work?
Create an account on the website by clicking on the "Log In" button at the top of any part of this website. Once logged in, you'll have access to the videos on the video pages.
Why do you offer this for free?
Most people can't afford a private tutor, and I can't give away all of my time to help all of those who need it. I want to be able to reach as many students as possible and help them. I want everyone to be able to problem solve regardless of their ability to pay.
How can I support you?
I would also appreciate donations (but definitely not required at all) in order to help me create more content. I have a vision where I'm creating videos from Algebra 1 all the way through advanced math like multi-variable Calculus and Differential Equations, but it will take time to make the videos and put the content up. The more support I get through here, the more time I'm able to devote to creating content for everyone.
Why not put this on YouTube?
What if I still have questions about a topic or problem?
That's what my homework help forums are for. Once you've created an account, you can post questions in there, and I check them daily and answer students questions. I also have weekly office hours where I'm live and able to take questions and have back-and-forth conversations with students.