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Hi, I'm Dave! I am a published PhD in Economics with degrees from both U.T. and A&M. My transcript shows 37 hours of college math and untold statistics hours. My 2016 GRE score was 170/170 and 170/170. Since 2012, I have teamed up with: high school students, against algebra, geometry, precalc, calculus, and statistics; and college students, against math, calculus, statistics, micro- and macro-economics; and test-takers, against GED, SAT, ACT, GRE, and GMAT. I will meet you at your ... [more]

I've taken accelerated (PAP, honors) math courses from pre-algebra through to calculus 3. Learning is a very personal experience, and as such I feel that it is best to tailor my tutoring style to fit the student's needs. That said, you really have to mesh well with your tutor, and I may not be the right fit for everyone. I know that there are many learning styles, and my own varies by subject. I also know that learning can be very frustrating; I found myself on more than on occasion feeling like the teacher wasn't answering the question I was trying to ask and I didn't know how to... [more]

Hi! My name is Stephen, I currently work as an engineer for a major tech giant here in Austin, TX. . I am a father of three beautiful kids whom I am currently guiding into following my footsteps into STEM careers. I have 2 bachelors degree in both Chemistry and Biology and have been practicing chemistry for over 8 years. I have tutored in all types of STEM subjects including Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus I,II & III, Chemistry I & II, Organic Chemistry I, II. I have also tutored in French, ... [more]

Hello, My name is Joe and I'm a licensed electrical engineer with passion for app development. I'm a former coding bootcamp instructor and I miss mentoring. I'm fluent in JavaScript and Python, including computer science fundamentals. I enjoy tutoring math and coding. I taught ESL many years and very comfortable teaching students whose native language is not English. I'm strictly focused on in-demand skills that have business value. ... [more]

Differential: Consider how you have calculated a rate of change until now. A difference in distance, area, volume, etc., was taken, and then it was divided by an interval of time over which the change occurred. Now, shorten the interval of time. Do it again. And, again. And, again--until the interval is infinitesimally small. In fact, let the interval shorten to zero (Yes, this is mathematically possible!). Once done, you will no longer have an average rate of change, but you will have an instantaneous rate of change for a given point in time. The above concept is the foundation upon which the [more]

I have been a software engineer at Motorola for more than 2 years now. I went to Texas A&M university, graduated May 2012 with Computer engineering major and Maths minor. I had straight A's on all the math classes I have ever taken. I have graduated with a very high GPA. I used to work as a peer teacher for the Engineering fundamentals class and as well as basic programming class for freshmen and sophomore. ... [more]

I'm an economics major from the University of Houston. I have a lot of experience in politics and business, from managing a retail stores to managing political campaigns in Houston. I have tutored AISD students at Burnet MS, Mendez MS, LBJ HS, and Eastside HS in Austin and Hernandez MS in Round Rock in math and algebra. I've tutored my nieces (14, 10, and 9), throughout their years in school and have tutored over 220 individual students in the past 3 years. What makes me qualified is my kn... [more]

I have tutored a number of students preparing for both AP AB and BC calculus. I have also tutored a number of home schoolers in Calculus. I have been a math tutor for five years. I also worked as a middle school math teacher in a high needs school for one year. I believe in the UPS - check method of solving problems. That is: U - Understand the problem - what is being asked P - Plan how you are going to solve the problem S - Solve the problem Check - Check your solution, particularly for reasonableness I believe in giving the students the background so that they can understand how and why c [more]

I received consistently high scores in all of my math-related classes, and spent several semesters leading study sessions with my classmates. I later began tutoring freshmen and sophomores in their calculus classes. And, as a graduate student, it's something that I have to apply nearly every day; so I'm very aware of what real-world applications it has. I'm Levi! I'm currently a graduate student in biochemistry at the University of Texas here in Austin. I have a very diverse background in the sciences, particularly in biology and physics; the latter of which was the undergraduate BSc degree th [more]

Hi Everyone! I'm Zachary. I've a passion for mathematics, and I love to see students all find success! I've taught everything from high school freshmen to college seniors in a variety of subjects. I did research in mathematical biology, and I love connecting mathematics of all kinds to the real-world. I'm currently a mathematician for a gaming company, where I use probability and statistics to create engaging games. I've also worked a simulation developer for a biomedical startup, using al... [more]

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