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A bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, a minor in mathematics, and 35 years of engineering experience have provided me with a clear understanding of advanced algebra. My experience working with youth, as well as the practicality of experience, have prepared me with the ability to see the best ways an individual understands the techniques of advanced algebra. I will be able to apply those ways to help your son/daughter both learn and enjoy the subject. I am a retired engineer who last worked as an Associate Technical Fellow and Lead Technical Engineer at the Boeing Company. I also am t [more]

Sharing the knowledge is my passion. I've been a tutor for more than six years. That passion came to me since I was 18 years and since then I started tutoring. My knowledge to the area that I tutor makes my difference. I tutor algebra, calculus, trigonometry, French and much more math lesson. I was an expert for trigonometry in my school and the main tutor preparing students for the ACT test. On my way of working with students, I give them all the possible technics to develop their level... [more]

I have worked as a laboratory chemist and as an instructor at Tacoma Community College for several years. I have also taught high school level sciences and mathematics. I have tutored or taught for the past thirty years. This has provided me with an extensive background for general mathematics. As an instructor, I strive to provide background information and context to my students so that they not only are able to do the work, but have an understanding of the material as well. I like to provide practice material as well so that students may review the subject by rote as necessary. I approach [more]

I was an adjunct faculty at University of Alaska Anchorage from Jan 1992 to May 1999 and I taught Introductory Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra and Calculus. Also, I was an adjunct/associate professor at University of Maryland University College (Military Overseas Education Program) from year 2000 to year 2007 and I taught Introductory Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Calculus and Statistics. Hello, I graduated from the University of Washington and Texas A & M University. I have lots of teaching experience in mathematics and statistics as I was a math/stats Adjunct [more]

I recently completed a review of college level algebra up to pre-calc from the University of Illinois. This required a review of 348 topics over a 4 month period with a written 26 page final, no calculator nor notes allowed, that took three hours to complete. Hi, my name is Bill N. and welcome to my introduction. I'm a retired Air Force pilot after serving 25 years active duty and reserve and now work for Boeing Commercial aircraft as a 747/757/767/777 instructor pilot. I've been flying for over 30 years and am really lucky to have had such a great career. I'll be retiring next year and th [more]

Hello Students! My name is Jennifer and I'm excited to be able to help you with any of your learning needs. I graduated from Elma High School in 2004 with a 4.0 GPA and was valedictorian of my class. During high school, I took several Advanced Placement classes, including Spanish, English and Calculus. I'm one of those rare ones who actually LIKES to study and learn. I then went on to study at the University of Washington and graduated in 2008 with a 3.6 GPA. My degree was in sociology with... [more]

I have helped many students with algebra 2. I have a been tutoring for most of my life, from kindergarten-aged children up to college and university-level classes. I mainly tutored accounting classes for five years at Green River Community College and Washington State University. I tutored students in introductory and intermediate financial and managerial accounting classes one-on-one the entire time and learned how to convey the information so that it could be easily understood. Later, I started teaching classes that would review what... [more]

Hi! I'm David. I received a bachelor's degree in physics from Taylor University in 2016, graduating cum laude with a 3.55 GPA and ranking in the 97th percentile on the ETS Major Field Test for Physics. I have taught and tutored in a nonoccupational capacity many times at the college, high school and middle school levels, as well as being employed as a teacher's assistant for three junior-level physics classes: Analytical Mechanics, Math Methods in Physics & Engineering, and Modern Physics. Te... [more]

I have taught Algebra 2 for more than 10 years to small groups of students. They usually find that they are well prepared for the college entry tests, and are able to retain their algebra skills well. Often college students need a review in order to pass this level of math, and I have materials (college work texts) available to support this process. Hello students. Will be taking new students after April 24, 2017. I enjoy meeting new students of all ages who want to succeed. I teach High School Chemistry, Math for ages 5-adult and have helped students with Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, A [more]

I am available to work with junior high, high school and college students who need a better understanding of math fundamentals, algebra, trigonometry and pre-calculus. I graduated with a Masters in Education from Seattle Pacific in 2017. I also have a B.A. in Business from the California State University in Fresno and an A.A. in Liberal Studies from Fresno City College. One of my core beliefs about math is that most people understand the basic concepts of subjects like algebra, they just do... [more]

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