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Will travel 14 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

My PhD at Southern Methodist University focused on numerical solution of partial differential equations. I prefer to be a jack of all trades, but you can't get a doctorate without specialization, and differential equations is my specialty. My own experience with being a math student is that math teachers focus too much on the subject matter and are satisfied if their presentations are logical, clear, and complete. Trouble is, even a "perfect" presentation is wasted if the student isn't ready for it. I start from the student. What do you already know? What do you bring to the table? My le [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$70 per hour.

4.99 171 ratings

I have a Ph.D. in physics. I have been a scientist at a national lab as well as a physics professor. I have at least 27 undergraduate hours in math courses. Additionally every junior and senior physics course requires solving differential equations. Add to that all the graduate level physics courses (including mathematical methods) that I took and it is clear I understand differential equations. I am an award winning teacher with high standards. I have taught physics at UT Austin, SMU and in Germany. I have been a scientist at a national lab and a professor of physics. At UT Austin, I was hono [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.93 57 ratings

I have been exposed to a plethora of applications of differential equations. Exposure from my academic background, which includes my degree in Engineering and minor in Math, has really helped me understand techniques for solving various types of differential equations effectively. Types of differential equation I can solve include, but are not limited to homogoneous, non-homogenous, first order and higher order differential equations. My name is Sabaa, and my educational background is a degree in Civil Engineering, along with a minor in Mathematics and Architecture. I have attended school in T [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$55 per hour.

4.87 38 ratings

I took engineering level Differential Equations as an undergraduate at the University of Texas at Arlington. My grade is the class was an A (4.0). I have used differential equations extensively since (graduate school) for a variety of applications. I have taught the subject to fellow students with excellent results. Hello! My name is Alex and I am an engineering master's program graduate that enjoys helping people learn new things. My tutoring specialties are college level mathematics and mechanical engineering. I also have years of experience tutoring AP mathematics & physics as well as [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$85 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I am doing research mostly working on differential equation. I am a PDS student in applied math and always work with differential equations. My master's degree was also in pure math so I am fluent with calculations in DE. I am Behshid K., a 30 year old female PhD student at UTD, Texas. My major is Mathematics and I was lecturer in two universities in my country and teaching assistant in UTD from 2010. I am currently live in Dallas. I am very interested in teaching especially in mathematics at all levels from primary school to university's level. I can send you my resume upon your request. [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

I have a Bachelor's degree in Math and I received a B in both my Ordinary Differential Equations and my Partial Differential Equations classes as part of my curriculum. I have been tutoring in Differential Equations for over a year now. I am confident and comfortable tutoring this subject as all the students that I have tutored in this subject did see their grades improved exponentially and all did pass their classes with a grade of B or above. I'm a graduate from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics. I have been tutoring for 5 years now and I have had great suc [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$100 per hour.

4.97 216 ratings

Differential equations is not a difficult class, in fact if one knows how to do Calculus proficiently and understands how to "plug-and-chug" a formula DE is a breeze. I took this class over a 4 week summer course while working full time and passed it with flying colors. As a tutor this course is the most simple to reiterate to students. I currently am working with a company on applying a transform of a first order Differential Equation with other functions involving the PID method an inputting the Laplace Transformation in order to complete a looping energy flow as a mathematical description [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

I am currently a graduate student at UT Dallas. I did my Associates of Science at Tarrant County College and did my Bachelors of Mathematics with minor in Physics at UT Arlington. I have been a tutor for a large part of my undergraduate career and I am now a TA at UT Dallas. I have a Bachelors in mathematics and am currently pursuing a graduate degree in mathematics. I have been a math tutor for several years and most recently a TA in Calculus. I was a physics tutor for a couple years a... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

4.93 42 ratings

I have completed university level differential equations, math methods for physicists, and have continued to study them through my physics education. Rates of change, the study of differential equations, play a major role in physics and describing physical processes. Currently I continue to study different methods of solving DEs through my Math Methods for Physicists graduate class. Currently I teach physics, chemistry and mathematics at a prestigious private school in north Dallas. My method is to show students new to math and science, such as calculus and physics, how to study for these, a [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$90 per hour.

5.0 7 ratings

I completed this course with an A+ when I first entered college, the only student in the course to do so in two semesters. Since then, I have spent over four years tutoring this subject and consider it one of my specialties. I have gone on to take advanced/partial differential equations and have used applied differential equations in my quantum mechanics courses, so I feel very comfortable describing the subject in real-world problems. I have had many students go from failing to making A's and B's on final exams with my help. [more]

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