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Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.95 565 ratings

I have taken two Differential Equations courses and one Applied Mathematics using Differential Equation to earn my Applied Mathematics Degree. Since then, I have been tutoring some students. It is very critical to learn the concepts of Differential Equation and know how to use it and when to use it. Many laws leading natural phenomena are equations involving rates at which derivatives. Basically, Equations containing derivatives are differential equations. Yes, I can make math easy, simple, fun, and allow students to learn by themselves giving them confidence to solve any math question. I [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

4.5 2 ratings

I took differential equations at M.I.T. as a freshman. I recall getting a 100 on one of the exams. I have a book on differential equations, and I read it from time to time. I enjoy the subject and can tutor it. I studied mathematics at M.I.T. for many years. I came to Georgia to get a doctorate in philosophy. I have been teaching and tutoring for a decade at various colleges, including Athens Technical College, University of Georgia, Piedmont College, and the University of South Carolina, Upstate. I can explain things easily. I can bring you to the edge of the answer, and let you see it f [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.97 233 ratings

I took differential equations at Georgia Tech and received the grade of an A. I find this subject is taught entirely through examples, which I have plenty of from the class that I took. I have practice exams and materials that I can use to teach students, which is exactly how I learned. I am incredibly passionate about math, which can be seen in my teaching style. My method is to teach a certain problem and do an example and then to let the student try it with assistance. This way, they can learn techniques on how to do their math problems on their own! [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

4.97 173 ratings

Differential equations relate a function to its relevant derivatives and associated functions in a way that can model physical systems mathematically and describe any characteristic rates of change. Therefore, a formal background in advanced physics requires a strong working knowledge of solving many types of differential equations. Differential equations predominate throughout the many branches of physics such as Classical Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, Quantum Mechanics, Thermodynamics, etc. I earned my Ph.D. in Physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) and am th [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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I have taken and passed differential equations in college. I continued on to take partial differential equations, which requires O.D.E. as a prerequisite. I'm a recent graduate from Florida State University. I recently graduated with my Bachelor of Science in Applied and Computational Mathematics, with a minor in Computer Science. I am very passionate about math and sure I could help even those who do not enjoy math succeed. I participated in various different clubs throughout high school and college, including the golf team, National Honor Society, Literary Magazine, French Club, and Empo [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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I took Differential Equations at Marquette as a high school student, and also took it at Georgia Tech (the credits didn't transfer). I received an A in both classes, and have continued to work with differential equations and laplace transforms in other classes as part of my Electrical Engineering Curriculum. I still have my materials from these classes available for reference whenever I need it. I'm Nitish, a second-year electrical engineering student at Georgia Tech. I'm originally from Wisconsin, and enjoy soccer, guitar, and reading in my free time. When I was in high school, I tutored m [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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I recently finished my college level differential equations course with an A. As a physics major, solving and recognizing differential equations was required in all upper level (400 level) courses. I began being introduced as a sophomore and by the time I took the course for credit, I had been familiar with all content for years and got an A for the semester. I am a recent college graduate with a degree in Professional Physics. I just moved to Georgia to start my career and hopefully begin applying to graduate/PhD programs in physics! I'm great at math and sciences and would love to help anyon [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.64 14 ratings

Differential Equations, another Mathematics course, is a little unusual at first glance. And this may be because most pre-requisite for the courses, such as Calculus I and II along with all the Algebra courses, involve Familiar letters, symbols & numbers, mostly algebraic. Unlike Differential Equations which involves mostly just that " Differential Equations ." My experience with Differential Equations has grown with the repetition in which we used them during my college years. The better you are at integration the easier they get. The more familiar you are with a subject the easier it i [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.88 76 ratings

I have a PhD in math, so I know the course fairly well. Although I've never taught it, I have some experience with tutoring students taking differential equations. I am a PhD graduate of the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB). I've been teaching and tutoring mathematics for over 10 years. My strongest personal characteristics in tutoring are that I'm good with children and adults with anxiety or attention deficit disorder, patient with the student, and encouraging. There are objectives that I have when tutoring the student: explaining the material so that the student understands it, buildi [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$55 per hour.

4.97 76 ratings

As a physics and math student, I have a lot of experience with differential equations from basic ODEs to nonlinear dynamics. First starting with my undergrad differential equations course and my mathematical methods of physics course, I was well prepared to begin studies in areas of intermediate physics where differential equations are necessary. They are useful in classical mechanics to describe motion in the form of Hamilton's equations and Euler-Largranian equations, they are a foundation in electrodynamics courses which deal with anywhere from simple circuits to Maxwell's equations--a se [more]

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