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Will travel 40 miles

$350 per hour.

4.95 209 ratings

I have over two years of experience tutoring differential equations to high-school students and college students. I took a differential equations class at MIT and I ranked 2nd out of 85 students and the difference between the top mark and mine is statistically insignificant. (I have the letter of recommendation). At MIT I got a bachelor of science degree and a master of engineering degree, each in "electrical engineering and computer science". My GPA for my BSc. degree is 4.2/5.0 and my GPA for my M.Eng degree is 4.6/5.0. [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$44 per hour.

4.83 6 ratings

I use DE in many classes as it is: Vibrations, Aerospace Controls, Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, Orbital Mechanics. I took Honors DE, can break the class, and tests, down pretty easy by helping the student identify first which type of ODE is it, then how to approach the problem to find the resulting equation. Since i use it so much, i can also supplement the raw math with personal real world applications such as Lagrangian movements (orbital) or Laplace transforms (Aeroacoustics). I am a graduate student in aerospace engineering at Mississippi State University. I've helped many people over th [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.93 773 ratings

As a long-time teacher of calculus at the university level, a holder of a specialty in partial differential equations at the master's level in mathematics, and a master's of physics which applied differential equations extensively, I do believe I could help someone with their differential equations! Summer 2016 I got to teach a first course in undergraduate ordinary differential equations - - it was a blast - - and I'm ever more prepared now to help you. I hold two master's degrees -- one in applied mathematics, one in physics. I started teaching math in 1999. While many of the intervening yea [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

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I currently work as a research engineer improving the chemistry used in particular battery applications. I have a Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. My academic background gave me an extensive knowledge in math, science and engineering topics. I was a university sponsored tutor during my senior year of undergraduate school. That was when I realized how rewarding teaching can be. The most useful thing I can do with my knowledge is to pass i... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

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I recently graduated cum laude from FSU with degrees in both physics and Pure mathematics. As part of my math curriculum I completed both Partial differential equations 1 and 2 as well as Ordinary Differential Equations. I also have extensive experience in applications of differential equations to physics such as quantum Mechanics, Newtonian mechanics and electricity and magnitism. I recently graduated from Florida State University where I graduated with honors in physics and pure mathematics. I am attending PhD school in Nuclear physics in the fall and love teaching physics and math courses. [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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I have more than 5 courses at the graduate level in partial differential equations either as the prime topic(math courses 600-700 level) or secondary topic in physics/engineering. This coursework includes a doctoral level partial diff course. My work/research utilizes pdes ever day. Update: Current Research Faculty at Georgia Tech (since June 2015). Since 1996 I have been involved in fundamental applied research for the DOE and DOD. One of the value lessons I have learned is that young people need to have teaching that is focused on taking abstract (math/science) concepts folded into a physic [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$70 per hour.

4.95 319 ratings

I had completed Differential Equations before finishing high school; I then expanded upon my mathematical knowledge at Georgia Tech. As an electrical engineering student, I frequently would need to apply Diff eq in order to solve real-world problems. I practiced professionally as an electrical engineer prior to medical school, and currently teach math ranging from Elementary Math through Differential Equations and Discrete Math. I work to formulate an engaging lesson plan for any learning style, and endeavor to make a frequently under-appreciated subject accessible and interesting to any stude [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.67 15 ratings

Differential Equations, another Mathematics course, is a little unusual at first glance. And this may be because most pre-requisite for the courses, such as Calculus I and II along with all the Algebra courses, involve Familiar letters, symbols & numbers, mostly algebraic. Unlike Differential Equations which involves mostly just that " Differential Equations ." My experience with Differential Equations has grown with the repetition in which we used them during my college years. The better you are at integration the easier they get. The more familiar you are with a subject the easier it i [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$20 per hour.

4.59 17 ratings

Well, I took the course, of course. I never taught it, but I've tutored about half a dozen people through it. It's sort of the next course in the calculus sequence, after the courses that are actually called Calculus. So if your calculus background (derivatives and integrals) is decent then I can help you do well in differential equations. My name is Eric. I think math is a great way of thinking, so I enjoy helping a student "get" it. I have a master's degree in mathematics and many years' teaching experience. For several years I've been tutoring students who are taking math classes. I have tu [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

3.0 1 ratings

I am finishing up a third Masters in Chemistry where my concentration is Physical Chemistry. In this concentration, I do a great deal of differential equations and linear algebra solving for the thermodynamics, chemical dynamics and chemical electrodynamics problems. Also, from my PhD studies, I have to solve a series of Green Theorems, Bessel functions, Lagrangian and Fourier Transforms. I love teaching because I am a lifetime learner. I has a BS in Physics, MS in Materials Science, MA in Physics, PhD in Materials Science and finishing a MS in Chemistry. I have taught at several Community [more]

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