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Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.9 541 ratings

I have a Master's degree in Applied Mathematics. My area of expertise is partial differential equations. I taught Differential Equations courses at my university in the capacity of a Graduate Teaching Assistant. I am familiar with a wide range of differential equations topics, including various solution methods, Laplace transforms, eigenvalue problems, initial value problems and mass-spring systems among many other topics. I particularly enjoy boundary value problems, such as the heat, wave and Laplace equations. Having been a Teaching Assistant in differential equations, I have detailed know [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.87 417 ratings

My major in College was mathematics which included Differential Equations. The course was solely on Differential Equations and was 4 semester hours. I scored almost a perfect score in this course. My name is Michael and I hold a B.S degree in Mathematics and completed 28 hours of graduate work in Mathematics/Statistics at Eastern Michigan University. I am currently certified to teach all levels of middle and high school mathematics, physics, and economics. Prior to earning my B.S degree, my previous major was Engineering. The combination of my college course work left me with a major in mathe [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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Differential equations are among the most frequently taught subjects in my teaching carrier as a graduate faculty member at OSU. The initial value problems of ODE (ordinary differential equations) appear in the isotope chains in the fission product isotopes in a nuclear reactor. The nuclear reactor kinetics equations are also initial value problem of coupled non-linear ODEs. Boundary value problems of ODE appear in one dimensional models of heat transfer, and the nuclear reactor theory, as well as boundary layer equations in transport phenomena. I am familiar not only the analytical methods [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$70 per hour.

5.0 813 ratings

As a practicing physicist, I have constant contact with differential equations. I am familiar with all of the analytic methods typically covered in a differential equations course. Additionally, many of the differential equations encountered in the physical sciences are not amenable to an analytic solution. As such, I have extensive experience in the numerical approximation of the solution to these classes of equations. In summation, I am well qualified to help any student with their studies of differential equations. [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$85 per hour.

4.9 49 ratings

I have used differential equations in my coursework associated with my undergraduate degrees in engineering. I also solve differential equations fairly often for my graduate work. I am a very quantitative person and enjoy solving these types of problems myself as well as teaching others the most effective methods for solving them. I am seeking students for most subjects related to math, science, and engineering. I have two B.S. degrees: one in Materials Science and Engineering and one in Chemical Engineering and am currently pursuing my M.S. degree in Earth and Environmental Science. I have [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 167 ratings

Differential Equations is an intriguing subject, normally encountered in the science major's second year of training. However, some readily available methods of solution are handled by algebraic means. For example, the time-varying homogeneous LDE:Y"+bY'+kY = 0, with real constant coefficients can be solved by assuming an algebraic solution of the form Y = e^(st), and solving the operator-algebraic equation in 's'. If the LDE is non-homogeneous, then using Green's functions, the Wronskian, or even Variation of Parameters provide elegance. Also, many of these methods can be extended to LPDEs [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

4.69 29 ratings

I have taken two college level differential equations courses. One was taken at University of Dayton as an undergraduate. One was taken at Ohio State as a graduate student. I received A's in both courses and even TA'ed for Differential Equations at UD. I am a second year Ph.D student at the Ohio State University. I received my bachelor's in Chemical Engineering from the University of Dayton in 2011 and am now pursuing my graduate degree in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. I was valedictorian of my high school class, summa cum laude graduate from UD and currently have a 3.75 in my graduat [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$55 per hour.

4.98 121 ratings

As a science major graduate and teacher, I taught math and physics for over 10 years in China, and earned many teaching awards. My students have won several nationwide awards during subject competitions. My teaching covered algebra, geometry, differential equations, physics, and my students are from junior high and senior high classes. I tutored my older son math (algebra, geometry, differential equations, etc) and physics. He ranked high in these subjects in his high school. I am a native Chinese teacher with more than 25 years' teaching experience in China and USA. My private students' ages [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

3.0 1 ratings

I took this course as a requirement during undergrad for my civil engineering major. I made a B in the course, but it could have been higher with better time management. I also tutored this course at the University of Tennessee's Educational Advancement Program. It is a course that I enjoyed both learning and tutoring. I am currently completing my Master of Science in Civil Engineering at The Ohio State University. I previously graduated the University of Tennessee in Knoxville with my Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and French & Francophone Studies (secondary major). Some of my [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.94 68 ratings

I just finished a very rigorous differential equations course at my university, earning an A in the process. Although it is a complicated subject, I understand the material quite well and have already helped quite a few students learn the material. I also use the math involved for some of my other classes, so it is not material I will forget. Hi, I hold a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering, so I have to know quite a bit of math and science for me to do well in my current job! I tutor on the side to keep up with my skills and to fulfill my passion for teaching. I am extremely passionate [more]

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