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Will travel 18 miles

$60 per hour.

4.94 426 ratings

I've worked with dozens of engineering students to discuss the solution of so-called First Order Ordinary Linear Differential equations, using integrating factors and applying existence-uniqueness properties to identify particular solutions; First Order Separable Differential Equations, utilizing concepts in partial differentiation, and other Non-Linear forms utilizing Bernoulli's method; and Second Order Ordinary Differential equations with constant coefficients, where their non-homogeneous forms require an introduction to the so-called annihilator method for assembling solutions. Many of th [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 131 ratings

I have tutored this subject through two different departments at East Los Angeles College. I first tutored this subject through the Learning Assistance Center. I worked at the Learning Center for four semesters. The second department where I tutored this course was through MESA. Moreover, I was employed as a Supplemental Instructor through, yet another, department at ELAC. The name of the Program is called the Supplemental Instruction Program. As a student, I have taken two courses on Differential Equations. My first at U.C. Berkeley and my second at the University of Southern California. The [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

I have just recently taken this course during my first Summer term in CSULB from May 27th to July 3rd and received a B. The information in my mind is very clear and fresh, and also I am able to explain it to others as I had a great professor teaching it, so I know I can use his method in other students needing help. Math has been one of my favorite subjects (yes, believe it or not! :) ). Although my undergraduate degree was in Mechanical Engineering, I told myself: if I don't follow my passion right now, when will I?, so I decided to go back to school and get my master's in Applied Mathematics [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$80 per hour.

4.9 20 ratings

I have a BS in physics with mathematical emphases and an MS in the same field. I wrote my thesis on physics math theory and I am publishing a paper in the American Journal of Physics based on my thesis research (publish date: Oct 2016, available upon request). I have taken and aced just about every math class imaginable at the undergraduate level, and several physics-related math graduate courses (group theory, functional analysis, advanced numerical analysis, etc...). Not only do I have a mastery of many math subjects (including differential equations, obviously), but I have the unique unders [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

Took a differential equations course at UCLA for my engineering major. I also took two more upper division differential equations courses for my math minor. I have also applied the theory in these math classes to my engineering course work. Experience with teaching college students at UCLA through the academic advancement program (AAP). Duties include facilitating the learning of peers currently enrolled in the course I am teaching, reinforcing the concepts and reasoning learned in class to better prepare them for exams. Tutored for three different calculus courses while providing my students [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$15 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I have tutored more hours in calculus than in any other subjects! While working on my master's degree in mathematics at the University of Houston, I taught calculus several times each semester for three years. My students loved my classes because I excelled at explaining clearly very difficult concepts, giving them several angles, and making them really understand. I also help with communication skills and standardized test preparation. Writing concisely and effectively is important, as te... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I taught an elementary differential equations course at least twenty times in the last 30 years. This qualifies me to either teach or tutor the course. The first time I taught the course was at University of California, Davis, in 1984 or so. Since then, I taught at numerous institutions, and most recently at Rochester Institute of Technology in 2014. I am a former professor of mathematics, retired from teaching, but would like to tutor students, for teaching is my joy. I can tutor any level, from kindergarten to college/university and graduate level courses in mathematics. My joy is to see st [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$38 per hour.

4.2 5 ratings

As a senior student and interning electrical engineer, mathematics is a fundamental base of nearly everything in engineering and physics. I have 3+ years experience tutoring Algebra I, II, and Pre-Algebra at my junior college and high school. The main reason for a student struggling in any particular field of mathematics is usually a lack of practice in a foundational or prerequisite mathematics course. Differential equations comprises upper level STEM (science, technology, engineering,mathematics) undergraduate coursework. Its use ranges everywhere from biology (predator-prey models) to physi [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$65 per hour.

4.94 97 ratings

My course qualifications were met through completion of college coursework and 15 years of tutoring experience in differential equations. Through the completion of the "UCLA 30 series" mathematics, which included differential equations, I gained the content understanding necessary to both teach and tutor the aforementioned content. Since then, I have successfully tutored hundreds of students, at the University and College levels in their respective courses. Recently retired from classroom instruction, I taught science and mathematics for more than 20 years at the middle school, high school [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.87 367 ratings

Differential Equations is one of the most useful and interesting mathematics classes that I've taken as an undergraduate because begins with some definitions and terminology and mathematical models used in a differential equations course. First-order and higher-order differential equations, along with the methods of solutions and their applications are introduced. Modeling with higher-order, Laplace transform, and systems of linear first-order differential equations are covered. At the end, students learn series solutions of linear equations. Numerical methods are covered throughout the cou [more]

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