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Will travel 3 miles

$27 per hour.

5.0 15 ratings

I earned a BS in math from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. I completed an undergraduate course in differential equations as part of the degree and earned perfect scores on the exams. The summer before I took an independent course in the subject under a faculty member at a local college. This course was designed to offer more depth (but less breadth) than a typical college-level class. During the course I undertook an extracurricular project which looked at some assumptions in the method of variation of parameters. I presented my results at a Mathematical Association of America sect [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

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I was a department tutor for introductory physics courses at Michigan State University and Western Michigan University for four years. I help students make the connections between the mathematical and the physical, to actually understand what equations mean, for deeper application skills than memorization alone. My students would often not fully recognize the relationships between the equations they were trying to solve and the physical situations described in the problems. Many math and phy... [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 14 ratings

I have a Ph.D. in physics and was a double major in mathematics and physics in college. I have used differential equations for over 40 years. I know both ordinary and partial differential equations from both study and use. I have a Ph.D. in physics and was a double major in mathematics and physics in college. I have over 20 years experience tutoring high school students and have received a Certificate of Commendation from the Governor for my service. I have over 25 years experience teaching physics and mathematics from elementary to graduate level. I have taught students topics ranging from th [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

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Hello, my name is Riley and I recently graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Madison with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, accompanied by minors in Thermal Energy Systems and Business. I have always had a passion for math and science, whether it's learning or teaching. In taking various math and science courses, I believe a key component to my success was the ability to understand what I don't understand. I have found that asking the right questions, sometimes often very fundamental... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$55 per hour.

4.87 15 ratings

I recently graduated from UM-Milwaukee with degree in mathematical education. The degree requirements included Differential Equations. I surpassed the grad requirement and took partial differential equations. I hold a certification in AB/BC Calculus at the high school level. I served in the US Navy on the aircraft carrier USS Ranger where I was an electronics technician specializing in cryptologic communication repair. After serving our country, I worked as a union and non-union carpenter for over 8 years. An extraordinary opportunity arose and I started my own carpenter service. That business [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.89 9 ratings

I have tutored differential equations at ITT Technical College for six years. I work with math through numerical analysis. Hi, I'm described as a good "explainer" by friends and family. I know math; I know the math that you are studying; and I know how the math you learned before connects to today's lesson. Teaching in public school, I am used to breaking down all subjects (including calculus) into their most basic parts. Many times, math looks hard because all of the little tricks and simplifications that a teacher can take when they know math. I may know that the variable "x" is dif [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$55 per hour.

4.94 17 ratings

Differential equations is the subject dealing with solving equations involving one or more derivatives of one or more unknown functions. As an example, Newton's equations of motion in N dimensions are differential equations of second order (meaning that the highest derivative of an unknown function in the equations is the second (time) derivative). Differential equations are THE mathematical tool in classical and quantum physics and quite a bit of literature is devoted to methods for solving them. The great irony of this is that most interesting differential equations cannot be solved by analy [more]

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