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Will travel 12 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 228 ratings

I have taken the undergraduate differential equations course and learned partial differential equations from a graduate mathematical methods course long ago. I have also successfully tutored students (mostly science and engineering) taking their undergraduate differential equations courses. I enjoy seeing students achieve competency in applying conceptual understanding and logical analysis to problem-solving and it will be the focus of the tutoring sessions. I find the most effective tutoring sessions are those which the student has a specific academic goal he or she wants to accomplish. Th [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$100 per hour.

4.96 220 ratings

Differential equations is not a difficult class, in fact if one knows how to do Calculus proficiently and understands how to "plug-and-chug" a formula DE is a breeze. I took this class over a 4 week summer course while working full time and passed it with flying colors. As a tutor this course is the most simple to reiterate to students. I currently am working with a company on applying a transform of a first order Differential Equation with other functions involving the PID method an inputting the Laplace Transformation in order to complete a looping energy flow as a mathematical description [more]

Will travel 35 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

I have taken Differential Equations in the past and received an A. Hello, I'm Michael! I completed my Masters in Mathematics at the University of Oklahoma in the Fall of 2017. For my undergraduate I double majored in Mathematics and Computer Science. My passion for these subjects was inspired by excellent professors that I've sought to emulate. Their clarity of exposition and commitment to their students' success was a major factor in my success and I have worked hard to continue that tradition with my students. I began teaching as an undergraduate and now ... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I'm Tyler, and I'd love to help you with whatever math you may be working on. Whether it's trigonometry, calculus, differential equations, statistics, or something else, you'll find that I'm hard-working, patient, and passionate when it comes to the study and the teaching of mathematics. I have 3+ years of private tutoring experience (typically working 10+ hours weekly during long sessions, and more during summers), 2 years of teaching experience (in the calculus sequence), and am a generally... [more]

Will travel 35 miles

$50 per hour.

4.96 133 ratings

I have a bachelor's in Mathematics and made an A when I took Differential Equations. I have also been helping people with Differential Equations for over one year. I find few things more satisfying than when I can help others become more comfortable working in the field that I love. In the past five years of tutoring mathematics, I have found repeatedly that much of the difficulty people have with Mathematics is in the presentation. I am constantly looking for new presentations of the same concept in order to offer the intuition and beauty I find in math to those of all learning styles. My [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$33 per hour.

4.45 29 ratings

I tutored a student through Differential Equations successfully helping him get a good grade in the class. I worked a hundred or so Differential Equations questions simply to review the subject for future students. I also have a very strong background in Calculus I & II which serve as the basis for Differential Equations. I am familiar with the following ODE's & topics: Linear/Integrating Factors, Exact, Separable, Bernoulli, both types of Homogeneous, Wronskian, existence of solutions, etc. I also took a full semester of Linear Algebra so am well prepared to tutor that aspect of the combine [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

4.88 105 ratings

I actually use and study differential equations on a daily basis in my on going course work at the University of Texas at Arlington. I am very familiar with, and actually use, the various software packages for computing direction fields, and phase planes of systems of differential equations. My current favorite is Sage (a free online math tool,) but I also want to introduce Wolfram Alpha to you. It is easier to use, and might be all you need. I have studied differential equations from Coddington and Levinson's book Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations. I have tutored Differential Equati [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.93 57 ratings

I have been exposed to a plethora of applications of differential equations. Exposure from my academic background, which includes my degree in Engineering and minor in Math, has really helped me understand techniques for solving various types of differential equations effectively. Types of differential equation I can solve include, but are not limited to homogoneous, non-homogenous, first order and higher order differential equations. My name is Sabaa, and my educational background is a degree in Civil Engineering, along with a minor in Mathematics and Architecture. I have attended school in T [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

As a physics major, Differential Equations is an essential tool in order to complete almost any problem. I have had extensive experience with DE in my research positions as well as upper division courses and beyond. Calculus and everything prior to Calculus is simply a preparation course for DE as DE is the foundation of the physical sciences, one cannot complete any modern physics problem without understanding differential equations. I also have extensive experience beyond the standard DE course, i.e. PDE, which is partial differential equations and differential geometry amongst other various [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$70 per hour.

4.99 171 ratings

I have a Ph.D. in physics. I have been a scientist at a national lab as well as a physics professor. I have at least 27 undergraduate hours in math courses. Additionally every junior and senior physics course requires solving differential equations. Add to that all the graduate level physics courses (including mathematical methods) that I took and it is clear I understand differential equations. I am an award winning teacher with high standards. I have taught physics at UT Austin, SMU and in Germany. I have been a scientist at a national lab and a professor of physics. At UT Austin, I was hono [more]

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