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Will travel 40 miles

$75 per hour.

4.89 216 ratings

I took a class that focused specifically on ordinary differential equations, as well as a math methods course that included differential equations, both ordinary and partial, in its subject material. In both classes I received A's. I am well versed in all the techniques for solving first order equations, as well as the method of undetermined coefficients and Laplace transformations for 2nd order and higher equations. There are many ways to improve oneself. None is quite like the power you get from educating yourself on how to better perform. As America moves forward, jobs are requiring more te [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.99 176 ratings

I took differential equations at Arizona State a few years ago and earned an A+. I have also used methods from the course in various engineering and physics courses. Transport phenomena (essentially thermofluids) and quantum mechanics particularly required knowledge of and practice with differential equations. I have also tutored it occasionally, on a limited basis. I graduated in 2016 with a Master's degree in biomedical engineering from Arizona State University, and am now working on a PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Chicago. I have experience in all areas of math and science, pa [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$150 per hour.

5.0 10 ratings

I have taken multiple courses in Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems Theory. I also use the subject extensively in my own research on Robotics -- I work on building mathematical models of robots using differential equations. I am knowledgeable in all topics, including (but not limited to) linear equations, linear systems theory, and the qualitative theory of nonlinear differential equations. I will be earning a mathematics M.S. along with my electrical engineering PhD. Hi everyone! My name is Matthew. If you are looking for a tutor in mathematics, I'd love to work with you. I gradu [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$35 per hour.

4.58 12 ratings

I have bachelor's and master's degrees in physics as well as an undergraduate minor in mathematics. This has necessarily included extensive experience with differential equations in the context of quantum mechanics, Lagrangian mechanics, electromagnetism, etc. I also have extensive teaching experience relating complex mathematical concepts to students at all levels. Hello, I'm Robert. I graduated from the Honors College at Michigan State University with a double major in physics and astrophysics, and a minor in mathematics. I subsequently obtained a masters in physics at Oregon State Univer [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 247 ratings

I have a master's degree in mathematics. I also have taken and tutored differential equations in the past. Despite the fact that I can offer assistance in many subjects to students of all ages, my academic credentials and background which include two Master of Science degrees and several years of teaching experience at a college level make me more inclined to work with college and advanced high school students on science (mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology) as well as standardized test preparation (ACT, SAT, GRE, GMAT, and MCAT) and academic competition exams. Also, I can work with s [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$52 per hour.

4.92 169 ratings

I have Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in mathematics and PhD in Statistics. Besides having taken calculus and differential equation courses, I also have taught it to undergraduate students as a teaching assistant. I have BS and MS degrees in Math and a PhD degree in Statistics. In the United States I have taught 6 years as a teaching assistant. Courses include Calculus, Elementary Statistics, Probability, Sampling, etc. I really enjoy working with students and answering their questions. It's my pleasure to work as a tutor and help students.... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

4.98 46 ratings

I have a masters in chemical engineering. I took differential equations as a sophomore and subsequently applied it in upper level courses. I applied it in reaction engineering, transport phenomena, process modeling and polymerization engineering. I also performed undergraduate research in which I wrote the mathematical models for my advisor. The model was a system of 10 ordinary differential equations. I am a relatively young former college professor who taught for 11 years at local community colleges. I began my tutoring and teaching careers simultaneously so I also have 11 years of tutoring [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

3.68 19 ratings

I have taken courses in both partial, and ordinary differential equations in college and high school. These involve classifying the equations, solving for them, and showing their applications. I am a recent college graduate, with my undergrad in Physics and Applied Mathematics from the University of Chicago, and a Master's from UC San Diego in Mechanical Engineering. I am a former peer-to-peer tutor in high school, and I have also been a teacher for an inner city high school program. I am skilled in most forms of mathematics, and in physics. In addition, I can help with standardized test pre [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$97 per hour.

4.96 126 ratings

I studied this topic as part of my training in physics. Research work has given me real-world exposure to differential equations. I am able to break down the concept and techniques and explain things on the level of the student. I can help you come to grips with challenges in physics, chemistry, math and related subjects (see list of subjects). I am available to tutor students at all levels, up to and including grad. school. I have experience tutoring elementary and high school, ACT, SAT, college, MCAT, and graduate school. Whether you are struggling with material, or if you are an advanced st [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$30 per hour.

4.67 6 ratings

I took this course, among others, at IPFW and regularly use it in physics classes. I have used it in Lagrangian mechanics, electronics (time dependent analysis of circuits), and will be using it very frequently this semester in Coherent Optics/Quantum Electronics (500 level course) and Mathematical Methods for Physicists (also a 500 level course [100 level is freshman, 200 sophomore, etc.]). Also, when I took this course, I helped 2 of my friends get through it that were taking it at the same time as me. [more]

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