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Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.92 556 ratings

I have taken and passed several intermediate and advanced courses in Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations from the University of Minnesota under some of the world renowned mathematicians. I have also provided tutoring services to many students in the past, in Differential Equations over the last 30 years. Currently, I use differential equations to perform my daily work in scientific and engineering professions.I know how to apply differential equations to daily and societal applications. [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$55 per hour.

4.97 312 ratings

I took differential equations at Georgia Tech and received the grade of an A. I find this subject is taught entirely through examples, which I have plenty of from the class that I took. I have practice exams and materials that I can use to teach students, which is exactly how I learned. I am incredibly passionate about math, which can be seen in my teaching style. My method is to teach a certain problem and do an example and then to let the student try it with assistance. This way, they can learn techniques on how to do their math problems on their own! [more]

Will travel 6 miles

$65 per hour.

4.94 50 ratings

I took an Honors Differential Equations class with Karen Uhlenbeck (if you don't know who that is, google her name) last semester, and while she wasn't the professor that I had the easiest time understanding, I feel that I learned a significant amount in and out of her class. I got a B in it overall, and think that I have enough of an understanding to tutor most of the subjects it covers, especially undetermined coefficients, eigenvalue/eigenvector problems, and basic complex analysis. Thank you for your time. [more]

Will travel 8 miles

$60 per hour.

4.92 25 ratings

I took and earned an A in MA 231, an honors-level (proof-based) differential equations course at Boston University where I received my BA in mathematics. In my physics studies I have extensively applied my knowledge of differential equations to classical and quantum mechanics and electrodynamics, where the change of variables in space and time give rise to all the kinematic phenomena we see every day. When appropriate, I have tutored my colleagues in various topics in differential equations such as separation of variables, integrating factors, and Fourier and Laplace transformations. I am no [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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I took Differential Equations at Marquette as a high school student, and also took it at Georgia Tech (the credits didn't transfer). I received an A in both classes, and have continued to work with differential equations and laplace transforms in other classes as part of my Electrical Engineering Curriculum. I still have my materials from these classes available for reference whenever I need it. I'm Nitish, a second-year electrical engineering student at Georgia Tech. I'm originally from Wisconsin, and enjoy soccer, guitar, and reading in my free time. When I was in high school, I tutored m [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

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Do you need math help? Well, you have come to the right place! I love all things math! I got my Bachelor's Degree in engineering (which has a lot of math) and then went on to get a Master's Degree in Mathematics (with a minor in statistics). While obtaining my Master's degree in Mathematics I thought Trigonometry and Business Calculus at MSU and also tutored PreCalculus, Calculus, Algebra and other math courses. I find a joy in finding ways to explain mathematical concepts that people find d... [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$55 per hour.

4.97 76 ratings

As a physics and math student, I have a lot of experience with differential equations from basic ODEs to nonlinear dynamics. First starting with my undergrad differential equations course and my mathematical methods of physics course, I was well prepared to begin studies in areas of intermediate physics where differential equations are necessary. They are useful in classical mechanics to describe motion in the form of Hamilton's equations and Euler-Largranian equations, they are a foundation in electrodynamics courses which deal with anywhere from simple circuits to Maxwell's equations--a se [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$79 per hour.

4.94 103 ratings

I am very familiar with ordinary and partial differential equations, having passed college-level courses in calculus, differential equations, and numerical analysis (which covers numerical techniques to solve ordinary and partial differential equations.) As a mechanical engineering student, various classes solved ordinary and partial differential equations as part of the curriculum, such as the Heat Equation in three dimensions for graduate level heat transfer courses. As a scientist at three DOE National Laboratories, I analytically and numerically solved ordinary and partial differential equ [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$150 per hour.

4.94 290 ratings

My Ph.D is in the area of Partial Differential Equations, I can send you the thesis if you like and I have taught Differential Equations for 5 years at Emory and Henry College from the Boyce and Diprima book. I can send a syllabus upon request. Hey everybody! I am Aris and I am originally from Washington D.C. I moved to Atlanta a couple of years back to be with my wife who is teaching at Spelman. I am currently an assistant professor of mathematics at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville, Georgia. I have been teaching classes for about 18 years and tutoring for about 22 years. I st [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$60 per hour.

4.55 42 ratings

I passed Differential Equations in College with an A-. I also have used differential equations in various physics problems throughout my career. For instance many harmonic oscillator problems use differential equations, as well as quantum mechanics. I am a graduate student working towards my PhD in physics. Naturally, I have taught intro physics multiple times at levels ranging from the most introductory algebra based mechanics to courses in electrodynamics designed for first year physics majors. As an undergrad I was a learning assistant in several classrooms where I learned how to engage stu [more]

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