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Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 39 ratings

I have a B.S in pure mathematics from CSULB. During my time there I took 2 semesters of ordinary differential equations, 1 semester of partial differential equations, and 1 semester of non-linear ordinary differential equations. I received As in all these classes. I've been helping students learn math for years. I began with helping friends in math while in middle school and high school; and began to tutor while I was in 10th grade. I found tutoring to be very rewarding and decided that I wanted to be teaching for the rest of my life. Nothing satisfies me more than seeing students succeed in t [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$80 per hour.

4.9 20 ratings

I have a BS in physics with mathematical emphases and an MS in the same field. I wrote my thesis on physics math theory and I am publishing a paper in the American Journal of Physics based on my thesis research (publish date: Oct 2016, available upon request). I have taken and aced just about every math class imaginable at the undergraduate level, and several physics-related math graduate courses (group theory, functional analysis, advanced numerical analysis, etc...). Not only do I have a mastery of many math subjects (including differential equations, obviously), but I have the unique unders [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

Took a differential equations course at UCLA for my engineering major. I also took two more upper division differential equations courses for my math minor. I have also applied the theory in these math classes to my engineering course work. Experience with teaching college students at UCLA through the academic advancement program (AAP). Duties include facilitating the learning of peers currently enrolled in the course I am teaching, reinforcing the concepts and reasoning learned in class to better prepare them for exams. Tutored for three different calculus courses while providing my students [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$38 per hour.

4.2 5 ratings

As a senior student and interning electrical engineer, mathematics is a fundamental base of nearly everything in engineering and physics. I have 3+ years experience tutoring Algebra I, II, and Pre-Algebra at my junior college and high school. The main reason for a student struggling in any particular field of mathematics is usually a lack of practice in a foundational or prerequisite mathematics course. Differential equations comprises upper level STEM (science, technology, engineering,mathematics) undergraduate coursework. Its use ranges everywhere from biology (predator-prey models) to physi [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 10 miles

$80 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I have tutored Differential Equations for students at both UC Irvine and UC Riverside in one-on-one sessions, and have also help group tutoring sessions as a university tutor for the Differential Equations course for engineering students at UC Irvine during the 2010-2011 school year. My name is Daniel and I have graduated from UC Irvine with degrees in Aerospace Engineering (B.S) and Mechanical Engineering (B.S., M.S.), and I am currently a PhD candidate with a specialization in alternative fuel combustion. One of the main activities that I enjoy to take part in is teaching. It is a great way [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$100 per hour.

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I have received my bachelor of science in mechanical engineering and my master's and PhD in biomedical engineering. I have taken multiple advanced courses on Differential Equations and believe I am qualified to teach this subject. I have received my BS degree in mechanical engineering and my MS and PhD degrees in biomedical engineering from UC Irvine. Currently, I am an engineer and a postdoctoral research scientist at UC Irvine biomedical engineering department. I have extensive background in teaching/tutoring engineering/mathematical courses and have had the opportunity to teach and mentor s [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

3.83 6 ratings

I have a PhD in Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering. I taught 10+ years at 3 universities in California, CSULB, CSUN, and Northrop University, in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering areas. During this time, I had possibly well over 2500+ students in my many classes (well over 50). In addition to engineering classes, I also taught several math classes, like advanced engineering analysis, numerical analysis which included partial differential equations, etc. I supervised 14 MS theses (based on partial differential equations) and got these theses completed in time. [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$57 per hour.

4.96 1498 ratings

I have taken both lower division and upper division classes in differential equations. Differential equations are encountered in many different disciplines, in courses such as business calculus, physics, mechanical engineering, and even in chemistry. Typically a little bit of differential equations is taught in the third calculus class (usually the calculus course which covers multivariable calculus). The topics covered in the differential equations classes that I completed were as follows: 1) Separation of variables 2) Homogeneous equations 3) Exact equations 4) Linear equations 5) The equ [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.88 370 ratings

Differential Equations is one of the most useful and interesting mathematics classes that I've taken as an undergraduate because begins with some definitions and terminology and mathematical models used in a differential equations course. First-order and higher-order differential equations, along with the methods of solutions and their applications are introduced. Modeling with higher-order, Laplace transform, and systems of linear first-order differential equations are covered. At the end, students learn series solutions of linear equations. Numerical methods are covered throughout the cou [more]

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