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Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 901 ratings

Differential Equations is a subject I've tutored for over three years now. I'm extremely comfortable with it because as a Physics minor most of the physics problems I've had to solve required differential equations. I can help you out with both ordinary and partial differential equations of first, second, and even higher orders. I am also adept with Laplace transform, matrix method, and series solutions of differential equations. Tutoring in the San Antonio area. I have a B.S. in Mathematics and a minor in Physics from Prairie View A&M University. My approach to tutoring is flexible and, mor [more]

Will travel 13 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

I took differential equations my senior year at St. Mary's University. I earned a B+ in the class. I maintained an organized binder with notes, powerpoints, quizzes and test reviews. When I graduated from Incarnate Word High School, I had no clue which career field I wanted to invest my college education at St. Mary's University. I changed my major 5 times. I was taking a sociology class and was required to participate with a community service organization and chose Communities In Schools. As a mentor/tutor, it planted the idea of going into education. I went a step further and obtained a [more]

Will travel 6 miles

$45 per hour.

4.81 47 ratings

My studies at the University of Texas, by which I earned the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (with a grade of 4.0 = A in Differential Equations) and the Bachelor of Science in Physics, as well as ~10 years of tutoring since, have all afforded ample opportunity for me to gain and prove proficiency in the subject of Differential Equations and in courses more advanced as well. You will need a good Calculus background to succeed in Differential Equations. I have tutored this course on many occasions through the years and am well-prepared to guide you through it if you feel like you are lackin [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.73 15 ratings

I have taken various Differential Equation courses during my undergraduate and graduate degree in Mathematics. My favorite topics were 1st and 2nd differential equations, partial differential equations along with systems of differential equations. There are numerous ways of doing a problem in this class and I like to simplify this process for my students. So far I have been very successful using this approach on my students by breaking down and minimizing the steps. As time continues my tutoring style progresses and becomes more catered towards the student. [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$30 per hour.

4.56 16 ratings

Having earned an "A" through a grueling semester of Differential Equations at UTRGV--a requirement for my electrical engineering degree--I know how to find general solutions and know how to apply Dif Eq. I know when an equation is separable, and if it is not, I know when I have to find the integrating factor. I know how to solve homogeneous and non-homogeneous equations and know how to implement approaches like variation of parameters, power series, and Laplace transforms. My name is Jasmine G., and my tutoring style is pretty direct. For the past three years, I had been volunteer tutoring for [more]

Will travel 2 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

Differential Equations are widely used in theoretical physics; I have a PhD in Space Physics and Astronomy; an MS in Physics; and a BS in Physics and Mathematics. I have about a decade of teaching / tutorial experience in many branches of physics & mathematics to high school and undergraduate level students at Michigan university, Flint; Alabama A & M university, Huntsville and Texas A & M university, San Antonio, USA and at Omson Tutoring services & York university in Toronto, Canada. The subjects were varied like Calculus, Geometry, finite & applied & Numerical Mathematics, Algebra, Astronom [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.86 7 ratings

I have 3 degrees in Mathematics and over 70 hours of advanced mathematics credits. I have a minimum of 30 credit hours pertaining directly to differential equations, including Undergraduate: Calc II, Calc III, Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Real Analysis I and II; and graduate: DE I and II, PDE I, and Oscillation theory. I completed graduate coursework using DE to model population dynamics, and I taught undergraduate DE at the University of the Incarnate Word for several years. I have a PhD from University of the Incarnate Word, a Master's in Mathematics, and a Bachelor's of Scien [more]

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