CalculusVideos is creating Mathematics videos

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patron

Hi! I'm Fred, and I am a mathematician. I believe that dynamic videos can help tremendously in understanding mathematics. So far, I have developed a complete set of video lectures for College level Calculus I and Calculus II. You can see examples at the bottom( (1) an example of related rates problem; (2) A dynamic view of the Mean Value Theorem).

If you made it to this page, you are probably interested in mathematics and/or instructional video, so you probably understand the the time and effort needed to put these things together.

1) get a native speaker to redo the sound tracks on existing videos, and do it on new videos: let's face it, the sound is not always great and my super frenchy accent might be cute, but it is sometimes in the way...

2) make complete sets of video lectures for more standard courses

3) make introductory videos to more advanced topics and videos on interesting or fun problems

...but all this takes time--so I am hoping your support to my goals of providing free high quality educational content can help me free up some time to get more done in this respect.

Of course, I would greatly appreciate your contribution to extending my work, and putting more videos out. So, a big, big "

----------------Examples of video lectures---------------

You can visit the youtube channel here for more videos.

If you made it to this page, you are probably interested in mathematics and/or instructional video, so you probably understand the the time and effort needed to put these things together.

#### Why am I on Patreon?

I would love to:1) get a native speaker to redo the sound tracks on existing videos, and do it on new videos: let's face it, the sound is not always great and my super frenchy accent might be cute, but it is sometimes in the way...

2) make complete sets of video lectures for more standard courses

3) make introductory videos to more advanced topics and videos on interesting or fun problems

...but all this takes time--so I am hoping your support to my goals of providing free high quality educational content can help me free up some time to get more done in this respect.

Of course, I would greatly appreciate your contribution to extending my work, and putting more videos out. So, a big, big "

**Thank you**" to all patrons. I greatly appreciate it. Patreon wants us to place rewards here to motivate you to donate, but if we're being honest... you're here because you understand what I'm trying to do, and you understand that these free resources to share with the world are not really free. So if you want to help, pick the subscription that fits your means! It starts at only $1 a month.----------------Examples of video lectures---------------

You can visit the youtube channel here for more videos.

##### Tiers

###### Math lover

$1 or more per month

**Access to Patreon private activity feed!**

- I will interact with my Patrons privately, share videos and or background info regarding new videos, etc

###### you want more...

$3 or more per month

so you give more! 3 times the support of the math lover, and 3 times the love and gratitude!

###### you want much more...

$5 or more per month

so you give much more! 5 times the support of the math lover, and 5 times the love and gratitude!

###### you know what you want!

$10 or more per month

At this level, you can ask me to make a video on a math topic of your choice!

###### you really love my videos...

$20 or more per month

Of course you can ask me to make a video on a math topic of your choice, but you give double support! You're awesome!

###### I owe you!

$50 or more per month

Ok, you're truly generous! You go above and beyond! I can't tell you how much I appreciate: anything I can do in return, let me know!

Hi! I'm Fred, and I am a mathematician. I believe that dynamic videos can help tremendously in understanding mathematics. So far, I have developed a complete set of video lectures for College level Calculus I and Calculus II. You can see examples at the bottom( (1) an example of related rates problem; (2) A dynamic view of the Mean Value Theorem).

If you made it to this page, you are probably interested in mathematics and/or instructional video, so you probably understand the the time and effort needed to put these things together.

1) get a native speaker to redo the sound tracks on existing videos, and do it on new videos: let's face it, the sound is not always great and my super frenchy accent might be cute, but it is sometimes in the way...

2) make complete sets of video lectures for more standard courses

3) make introductory videos to more advanced topics and videos on interesting or fun problems

...but all this takes time--so I am hoping your support to my goals of providing free high quality educational content can help me free up some time to get more done in this respect.

Of course, I would greatly appreciate your contribution to extending my work, and putting more videos out. So, a big, big "

----------------Examples of video lectures---------------

You can visit the youtube channel here for more videos.

If you made it to this page, you are probably interested in mathematics and/or instructional video, so you probably understand the the time and effort needed to put these things together.

#### Why am I on Patreon?

I would love to:1) get a native speaker to redo the sound tracks on existing videos, and do it on new videos: let's face it, the sound is not always great and my super frenchy accent might be cute, but it is sometimes in the way...

2) make complete sets of video lectures for more standard courses

3) make introductory videos to more advanced topics and videos on interesting or fun problems

...but all this takes time--so I am hoping your support to my goals of providing free high quality educational content can help me free up some time to get more done in this respect.

Of course, I would greatly appreciate your contribution to extending my work, and putting more videos out. So, a big, big "

**Thank you**" to all patrons. I greatly appreciate it. Patreon wants us to place rewards here to motivate you to donate, but if we're being honest... you're here because you understand what I'm trying to do, and you understand that these free resources to share with the world are not really free. So if you want to help, pick the subscription that fits your means! It starts at only $1 a month.----------------Examples of video lectures---------------

You can visit the youtube channel here for more videos.

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##### Tiers

###### Math lover

$1 or more per month

**Access to Patreon private activity feed!**

- I will interact with my Patrons privately, share videos and or background info regarding new videos, etc

###### you want more...

$3 or more per month

so you give more! 3 times the support of the math lover, and 3 times the love and gratitude!

###### you want much more...

$5 or more per month

so you give much more! 5 times the support of the math lover, and 5 times the love and gratitude!

###### you know what you want!

$10 or more per month

At this level, you can ask me to make a video on a math topic of your choice!

###### you really love my videos...

$20 or more per month

Of course you can ask me to make a video on a math topic of your choice, but you give double support! You're awesome!

###### I owe you!

$50 or more per month

Ok, you're truly generous! You go above and beyond! I can't tell you how much I appreciate: anything I can do in return, let me know!