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Archive Monthly Archives: August 2016

How to Use Cylindrical Coordinates in Multivariable Calculus

If you are reading this review article, then you will have probably worked through the topic of polar coordinates. Cylindrical coordinates are the equivalent of polar coordinates in three-dimension

How to Study for AP Biology

Not sure how to study for AP Biology? No worries. We’ve got you covered with this comprehensive guide to review key strategies for AP Biology and how to tackle learning objectives.

How to Graph Short-Run Phillips Curves: AP Macroeconomics Review

The Phillips Curve is really a simple concept. It measures the relationship between inflation and unemployment, or the trade off between inflation and unemployment. The more inflation (aka the high

Meet the Albert Team: Will

Meet Will, Albert’s Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer.
I lead sales, marketing, and operations. Our goal as a team is to introduce and support students and teachers with our world

How to Use the Root Test in Calculus II

This review article will bring you up to speed with the fundamentals of the root test, how it is used and provide examples for you to work through.

How to Use the Newton-Raphson Method in Differential Equations

The Newton-Raphson method, also known as Newton’s method, is one of the most powerful numerical methods for solving algebraic and transcendental equations of the form f(x)=0. This method is c

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