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Will travel 15 miles

$70 per hour.

4.84 141 ratings

When I took a math class on Differential Equation (DiffEq), I thought it was easier to understand than Calculus. In this DiffEq class, I learned about how to solve first-order differential equations that describe systems such as population growth and the harmonic oscillator. These differential equations even involve imaginary numbers and eigenvalues and eigenvectors. I came to appreciate those after I took this class and I enjoyed it! I hope to make your DiffEq class a similar experience. I love teaching! It's my passion and I hope to exercise this passion by meeting some of you! I teach m [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$80 per hour.

4.94 998 ratings

I have studied both differential equations and partial differential equations as an undergraduate, and used these techniques to solve problems physics boundary value problems, and in transformer and power supply design while at Tektronix, Inc. in Beaverton, Oregon. Professional tutor focusing on Math/Statistics, Chemistry, Physics and Computers. Personally scored 800 on both SAT Math & SAT Math II & 787 in Chemistry prior to attending CalTech. Have extensive IT industry experience and have been actively tutoring for 2 years. I excel in helping people learn to compute fast without or without ca [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

4.87 31 ratings

I received an A grade when I took differential equations during my sophomore year of college. I also took partial differential equations and received an A in that as well. Currently I am taking a mechanical engineering analysis course which relies heavily on differential equations, which is allowing me to brush up on all of my knowledge. I am a mechanical engineering student, in my second year of working towards my PhD at the University of Washington, and am an experienced tutor in the areas of math, science, and engineering. I did my undergraduate studies at Lafayette College in Easton, PA, a [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$54 per hour.

4.84 572 ratings

I received an A in differential equations from Washington State University in a course taught by Alex Khapalov, who publishes papers about differential equations. I have a minor in mathematics and have used differential equations in a variety of theoretical and practical applications: physical chemistry, transport phenomenon, electric devices, chemical kinetics, thermodynamics, and system controls. I have over 50 hours of experience tutoring students in areas of calculus, including differential equations. [more]

Will travel 2 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 17 ratings

I've taught college level differential equations at Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA. I've also tutored differential equations for several years. Exact, separable, first order, second order, Laplace Transforms, homogeneous and non-homogeneous differential equations are some of the topics I've covered in the past. I've been a college math professor in San Diego for the past three years but have decided to make a career change to Actuary science. I just started as an Actuarial Intern for Liberty Mutual Insurance (Safeco Insurance). I'm passionate about studying and helping others with m [more]

Will travel 6 miles

$50 per hour.

4.83 102 ratings

I have experience using differential equations and partial differential equations to solve undergraduate problems in computational and thermal physics. If you have a question about differential equations or partial differential equations, I am positive I can show you how to solve it. Hello, and welcome to my tutoring profile. My educational qualifications include a M.S. in physics from UC Riverside as well as a B.S. in physics with a specialization in astrophysics from UC San Diego. My experience as a teacher includes one year of teaching physics at Shoreline Community College and two years [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$60 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

Hi, I'm Ryan. I recently finished my PhD in Physics at Washington State University and moved to Seattle. While working on my PhD I had the opportunity to work as a teaching assistant in Physics, Chemistry, and Astronomy. As a TA, my responsibilities included leading both classroom and laboratory sessions, as well as individual and group tutoring during office hours. I believe in reinforcing the concepts and letting my students figure out how to solve their problems, providing advice a... [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$30 per hour.

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Hi, I'm Dragos. I graduated with a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Applied Mathematics, and have taken multiple courses in Physics, Biology, and Aerospace Engineering during my study. My tutoring experience spans from being a teaching assistant for a class of 20 students to one-on-one tutoring of college students. During my undergrad, I was a physics lab teaching assistant for one semester where I explained the concepts of Mechanics and graded assignments. I always focused on getting the ... [more]

Will travel 3 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I have completed a 4 credit course in calculus as part of my Bachelors degree in electrical engineering. I also have completed solving questions on differential calculus in KhanAcademy and precalculus on IXL websites. I have also got the experience by writing the GRE test myself. I have a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering and I have worked as a scientist at the Indian space research organization. I love mathematics and science, and I want to help young minds approach these basic and most intuitive subjects with love and passion right from the beginning. I hope to make your learning [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$250 per hour.

5.0 9 ratings

I have taken multiple differential equations courses - both at Cambridge University (as an undergraduate), and at Caltech (as a PhD student). I have tutored students on differential equations before. I work as a quantum physics researcher, and love to tutor in my free time. I really enjoy communicating about Science and Math, and have tutored from middle school to college level. I'm often asked by kids during the more mundane topics "When will I ever use this?" and I love responding with relevant and (usually) entertaining examples of how math and science can be applied. I can teach test pre [more]

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