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Will travel 12 miles

$35 per hour.

4.89 396 ratings

In the 23 years that I worked for the Department of the Air Force a majority of it was spent on working on projects that involved pointing and tracking systems that would eventually be used for weapons in space. The work that I did as the lead control systems engineer on each involved having to develop advanced feedback loops that accurately pointed at a target and minimized jitter. To do this required the use of second order differential equations and Laplace transforms. I also was involved in developing an advanced navigation filter based on Kalman filter theory for use in an advanced fighte [more]

Will travel 18 miles

$60 per hour.

4.94 442 ratings

I've worked with dozens of engineering students to discuss the solution of so-called First Order Ordinary Linear Differential equations, using integrating factors and applying existence-uniqueness properties to identify particular solutions; First Order Separable Differential Equations, utilizing concepts in partial differentiation, and other Non-Linear forms utilizing Bernoulli's method; and Second Order Ordinary Differential equations with constant coefficients, where their non-homogeneous forms require an introduction to the so-called annihilator method for assembling solutions. Many of th [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 13 ratings

I have taken a course in linear algebra, half of which focused on ordinary differential equations. I have also taken a graduate level class focused entirely on differential equations. Furthermore, I have taught individual students as well as groups of students on the subject. I am a physics Ph.D student at the University of California, Riverside. I have worked as a Mathematics tutor there for around 3 years. I graduated from St. John's College with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, which breaks down into a double major in the History of Math and Science, and Philosophy, and a double major in [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

4.87 31 ratings

I graduated from MIT with an engineering degree. During my time there, I took differential equations and linear algebra. I still have my book and notes that I can share with a student to help them as well. Hi Everyone I went to MIT and I'm looking to help out some kids on the side. I studied electrical engineering with more focus on analog electronics, but I did a little digital too. I feel pretty good with math and engineering topics. I can do some science and other stuff too, just ask me about it. I like to try and teach concepts and information rather than just the method a book asks f [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

4.38 21 ratings

I have earned a MA degree in Mathematics from University of Texas at Arlington. Also, I have been teaching many Math courses at various colleges (PCC, Mt. Sac) and universities (ULV and DeVry U) Specifically, I have tutored students Differential Equations at University of Texas at Arlington. Therefore, I can teach this class. I have a degree of MA in mathematics and a degree of MS in computer science. I have earned both degrees from the University of Texas at Arlington. For my teaching background and experience, I have been teaching at various colleges (i.e., Mt Sac and PCC) and universiti [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.92 59 ratings

I am theoretical physics PhD. Differential equations are my regular tools in my research. I am very good in solving all kinds of differential equations. I have a Ph.D. in Physics, University of North Texas and a Physics Postdoc at Univeristy of British Columbia, Canada. I graduated in physics PHD in 2004! I have worked in University for many years and have a great experience in teaching college students. I am also a MATH COUNTS tutor for Middle school students and Olympiad tutor for high school students. I have tutor experience for 6 years. My best student enrolled USA Physics Olympiad Final [more]

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