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Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.93 745 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

$100 per hour.

4.98 150 ratings

I have a M.S. in physics from UC Davis. Such a degree requires extensive background in mathematics, including differential equations, linear algebra and advanced, mult-variate calculus. I completed my first course of Diff.Eq. as an undergraduate at the University of Virginia, and have since completed courses such as Advanced Calculus, and graduate level math courses. I have extensive knowledge of the function, form and application of Diff. Eq's. My Background: I earned an M.S. in physics while teaching two years of introductory physics at UC Davis as a graduate teaching assistant and Ph.D. can [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$300 per hour.

4.95 197 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 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

I majored in math at WKU and had differential equations as one of the courses. When I took differential equations, I made an A in the course. I was also exposed to differential equations with the electrical engineering courses that I took in my undergraduate study as well as my graduate study. I did my undergraduate career at Western Kentucky University in mathematics and electrical engineering. I graduated with an overall GPA of 3.87. I then did graduate work at Tennessee Technological University in electrical engineering. My project focused on chemical engineering, electrical engineering, an [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]

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

4.82 39 ratings

I have been working privately as a mathematics tutor, covering all levels of math from basic arithmetic to higher level calculus and differential equations, for the last six years. Additionally, I have two years? experience tutoring for The University of Tennessee, Math Department. I have completed both Differential Equations 1 and 2, as well as partial differential equations as part of my graduate school curriculum. Differential equation are prevalent when modeling real world engineering problems, and with this being my major I have been working with and studying differential equations for [more]

Will travel 0 miles

$45 per hour.

4.4 15 ratings

I have taken Differential Equations as part of my Chemical Engineering degree at Washington University, St Louis, MO. I have tutored differential equations. The students can expect to learn about first order differential equations (e.g. linear, separable, homogenous, exact and non-exact, Bernoulli, Riccati, etc.); second order differential equations (e.g. nonlinear, linear, homogenous, Euler-Cauchy, etc.), independence, Wronskian, reduction of order, coefficients, solving series, higher order linear equations, Laplace Transforms, and solving systems of differential equations, Fourier series, [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$28 per hour.

4.85 86 ratings

Differential Equations is an integral part of Calculus. I have a College Board certificate for teaching AP Calculus (AB) and have experience teaching it at the High School level. I took Calculus I, II, III, and Complex Analysis as an undergraduate in college. I also have a working knowledge of Maple and experience with the TI 83/84+ and N-Spire calculators. I tutor occasionally in the Louisville area for fun and for a reasonable rate. Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Elementary Statistics, AP Statistics, AP Calculus, Business Calculus, Calculus I, C [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$20 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

I have an M.S. in Mathematics. I started tutoring in the Middle Tennessee area in 2012 and I have loved every moment of it. Starting out with basic mathematics, I have now taught a variety of subjects including mathematics (elementary school to Master's level), physics (I,II), chemistry (I,II), and engineering (statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials etc.). My teaching philosophy is that students must be taught how to think about the given subject and develop intuition, and the grades wi... [more]

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