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Master's degree in Engineering with 3 years experience tutoring high school AP Calculus AB and BC, high school and college level Multivariable Calculus (aka Calc 3) and calculus based college level Physics I and II I have a masters degree in Civil Engineering and currently work for a real estate service company in the role of a database administrator. I have experience in teaching high school students and freshmen college students several subjects in math including arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus and calculus. This current year of 2017-2018 I am teaching the followin [more]

I am a physics professor with over twenty-five years of college and university teaching experience. I have predominately taught algebra based and calculus based physics classes. I have also taught college math classes, and have many hours tutoring Calculus I. I am a physics professor with over twenty-five years of college and university teaching experience. I have predominately taught algebra based and calculus based physics classes. These types of classes are typically titled "College Physics," "General Physics," "Engineering Physics," or "Physics for Science and Engineering." I have als [more]

Calculus was one of my favorite subjects in college. It was the first math course I took that involved not only symbol manipulation but also profound mathematical concepts. Later, courses like real analysis and numerical analysis deepened my understanding. I strive to help students develop the basic skills they need to succeed in class while also gaining an appreciation of the "big picture". I am an experienced tutor able to help with high school and college math and chemistry. My credentials include a B.S. in chemistry from the University of Kansas and extensive coursework in mathematics. I [more]

I am a college instructor with 20+ years of teaching experience. My passion is for helping individuals realize their goals in life. I will help you to create a customized study plan, and work with you until you achieve the success you desire. My background is in physics, math, and computer science. I also have extensive experience in the use, and programming of Microsoft Office products. Working together, success will be achieved. I am currently enrolling students in full-course programming ... [more]

My name is Zachery. I began tutoring through my undergraduate university in 2007, making appointments with fellow students to assist them with understanding concepts and answering homework questions. I soon discovered that I enjoyed learning how each student approaches problems, as well as showing students that they are capable of thinking mathematically (especially the ones who incorrectly believed they were too stupid to ?get? math.) I continued tutoring through the university and also b... [more]

Since July 2013, I have been working as an Actuary in the insurance field. This allows me to keep studying and to use my mathematical skills on a daily basis. I have passed exams P (Probability), FM (Financial Mathematics), MFE (Models of Financial Economics), C (Construction and Evaluation of Actuarial Models), and MLC (Models for Life Contingencies). From June 2013 to September 2014, I instructed College Mathematics I and II at a local college here in the Kansas City area part time. This i... [more]

I took calculus in high school and my freshmen year at KU. I have also been tutoring calculus for the University's athletic department for three years. I am currently an engineer at Black and Veatch in Overland Park and have been tutoring math for five years. My first tutoring job was at the Mathnasium of Blue Valley, where I helped elementary and high school aged children with their math homework and helped them prepare for the Kansas Math Assessments. At my next tutoring job for the University of Kansas Athletics Department I tutored student athletes in college level math courses. Because o [more]

The main emphases of calculus are two new functions beyond +, -, X, / the derivative (the slope of a line or curve) and the integral (the area under a curve). Both of these functions are easier to calculate than long division. Whether it is U-substitution, the chain rule, or inflection points, I will show you how to work the problems and check your answers. Learning to use your calculator can help you master calculus just like you have mastered your cell phone. I provide one-on-one science (chemistry, biochemistry, biology, genetics, molecular biology, organic chemistry, and physics), math, [more]

I am a certified AP-Calculus teacher. I really enjoy what I do. My greatest reward in teaching is watching my students succeed. And they do. With 30 years of experience teaching secondary mathematics, I continue working with both students and instructors in the classroom. Over the years, I have been most fortunate to work with students who have challenged me to scaffold solutions for difficult concepts. I specialize in step-by-step approaches to problem solving. I have taught (and continue to teach) several math subjects, i... [more]

I am currently a math teacher at Olathe West High School. I completed my applied mathematics degree from UCLA and my master's degree in education from Fort Hays State University. I am also a math adjunct for business and quantitative math. I have been tutoring math for 20 years from middle school through upper division math courses.... [more]

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