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Will travel 8 miles

$65 per hour.

4.94 48 ratings

I took an Honors Differential Equations class with Karen Uhlenbeck (if you don't know who that is, google her name) last semester, and while she wasn't the professor that I had the easiest time understanding, I feel that I learned a significant amount in and out of her class. I got a B in it overall, and think that I have enough of an understanding to tutor most of the subjects it covers, especially undetermined coefficients, eigenvalue/eigenvector problems, and basic complex analysis. Thank you for your time. [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

4.97 255 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 40 miles

$70 per hour.

4.94 304 ratings

I had completed Differential Equations before finishing high school; I then expanded upon my mathematical knowledge at Georgia Tech. As an electrical engineering student, I frequently would need to apply Diff eq in order to solve real-world problems. I practiced professionally as an electrical engineer prior to medical school, and currently teach math ranging from Elementary Math through Differential Equations and Discrete Math. I work to formulate an engaging lesson plan for any learning style, and endeavor to make a frequently under-appreciated subject accessible and interesting to any stude [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$79 per hour.

4.94 103 ratings

I am very familiar with ordinary and partial differential equations, having passed college-level courses in calculus, differential equations, and numerical analysis (which covers numerical techniques to solve ordinary and partial differential equations.) As a mechanical engineering student, various classes solved ordinary and partial differential equations as part of the curriculum, such as the Heat Equation in three dimensions for graduate level heat transfer courses. As a scientist at three DOE National Laboratories, I analytically and numerically solved ordinary and partial differential equ [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

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I have more than 5 courses at the graduate level in partial differential equations either as the prime topic(math courses 600-700 level) or secondary topic in physics/engineering. This coursework includes a doctoral level partial diff course. My work/research utilizes pdes ever day. Since 1996 I have been involved in fundamental applied research for the DOE and DOD. One of the value lessons I have learned is that young people need to have teaching that is focused on taking abstract (math/science) concepts folded into a physical understanding of the real world. The ability to score high on a AC [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$48 per hour.

4.96 1518 ratings

Isaac Newton and his peers were clever guys. They broke the wall down when they discovered linearization of curves and derivatives. The Industrial Revolution resulted. Calculus resolves incredibly complex problems with power and ease. #1 - First Class Honors Degree in Mechanical Engineering after bombing in the first year! Thrown into math teaching at 19 and turned it all around!! Math was suddenly so easy! I know how you feel if you are struggling because I used to. Will share all my math secrets and get you smiling again. [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

4.97 175 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

$75 per hour.

4.96 412 ratings

I hold a BS in Physics from UT Austin, and I took my first of several differential equations classes as an undergraduate. Physics requires a deep understanding of the many practical applications of differential equations, as do many of the biology and chemistry courses I have taken and taught through the years (e.g. reaction kinetics for understanding enzyme mechanisms in biochemistry). I have tutored calculus, diff equations, and most other math courses at the high school, college and graduate school level for some 20+ years including working with 100s of students in a wide variety of diffe [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.

0.0 0 ratings

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]

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