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I have a BS and MS in Physics from Georgia Tech and a PhD in Applied Math from Carnegie Mellon University. I worked in industry most of my career as a mathematician and also was an adjunct professor for many years at CMU and Duquesne University. I have a BS and MS in Physics from Georgia Tech and a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon University. I worked for 30+ years as an applied mathematician for Westinghouse in Pittsburgh. During that time I also taught as an adjunct professor at CMU and at Duquesne University in the Mathematics Departments. I have tutored many high school and colleg [more]

For more than 6 years I have tutored college students in calculus and algebra to help them pass their classes. I have an electrical engineering background in which calculus is used, not just taught. Calculus is mostly the study of curved functions in which calculus is used to find the slope of the curve at any given point or used to find the area under the curve. It has practical applications in many areas of engineering and areas of science such as physics. I have loved math all my life and I took lots of it in school. I even attended math contests and I learned much more math in Electrical [more]

As a Ph.D. in Physics (Atomic/Molecular) from Georgia Tech, I have experience with and have tutored the following Calculus Courses/Topics with 5 Star Rating: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Single Variable Calculus: Limits, Derivatives, Integrals, Applications, Theorems, Series Convergence, Taylor Series/Theorem, Polar Functions, Conic Functions & Planes, Parametric Equations, etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. Multivariate Calculus: Partial Derivatives, Gradients, Double/Tri [more]

I have a strong background in mathematics and applied mathematics from a bachelor's and master's program in engineering and three years of experience working as an engineer and teaching college level engineering students. My knowledge extends beyond memorizing equations and into learning by applying study skills and problem solving. Hello, and thank you for your interest! As you consider me for your academic needs, let me begin by telling you about myself. I have taught technical courses for the last eight years at four different colleges in addition to tutoring and coaching students privatel [more]

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I am great with kids and young adults. I am really patient and flexible in teaching styles. With a bachelor's degree in math and previous tutoring experience, I am an ideal candidate to help your students. Math is my favorite subject, but I am also strong in science. ... [more]

I am a senior at UGA, double majoring in Math and Exercise and Sports Science. Throughout college, I have helped fellow students understand concepts in math, science, Spanish, and English. I have also helped proof read papers. Additionally, I have previous experience tutoring math. I believe that repetition and understanding are key to learning. Memorizing tons of concepts/formulas may sometimes help students get better grades, but it will not help them understand material. My goal is to ... [more]

Hello! Thank you for taking the time to look at my profile. For starters, I really enjoy math. But what I really enjoy is teaching others math. I love being able to work with students who have struggled with math in the past and showing them that they can do it. Being able to watch their confidence in their ability grow is amazing. I have experience in and out of the classroom. As a full-time teacher, I taught algebra, trigonometry, pre-calculus, and statistics. A... [more]

I am a graduate student in the Physics Department pursing a PhD in Quantum Computation at the University of Georgia where I have been and currently am a lab and class teaching assistant. Consequently, I have dealt with both students who are engaged with the material and are eager to learn and those who simply want to know what to do merely to finish. Therefore I have developed teaching strategies for both types of students. I have also tutored before for a math learning center, spending at... [more]

Hello, My name is Jay. I am currently pursuing an environmental engineering degree at Georgia Tech. I tutored for Georgia Tech Athletic Association for two years. I am also a certified Level 1 tutor under the International Tutor Training Program Certification. During my time at Georgia Tech Athletic Association, I not only reviewed class material, but I also provided test tips to ensure my students were fully prepared for their tests. I hope to help other students fulfill their full potentia... [more]

Calculus is where math really brings years of preparation into fine focus and offers powerful ways of resolving extremely complex problems - easily and quickly. Many students are unecessarily scared of calculus. Don't be! If you study and master the basic concepts then (as in other disciplines) you will find you can hold your own and smile at your prowess. Two major calculus areas are; "differentiation" - which looks at rates of change of functions, and "integration" - which allows you to calculate areas and volumes of functions which, otherwise, with lesser math skills, would be impossible [more]

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