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Will travel 7 miles

$50 per hour.

4.92 323 ratings

I have a BS degree in Math from Michigan State U, a Master's in Computer Systems from Ais Force Institute of Technology, and completed PhD coursework in Geophysics at U.C. Berkeley. I have tutored two students so far in Basic Calculus including differential equations and Integration. My basic method was to make sure they understood what differentiation and integration were and how they worked before moving on to using all the shortcuts. When I retired from the United States Air Force I swore I would never get up early again. But I still wanted to do something to continue making the world a [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$95 per hour.

4.98 551 ratings

I worked more than 10 years in research using different forms of differential equations covering stiff ODEs and multidimensional equations in Computational Fluid Dynamics applications. I tutor on a regular basis university students in calculus and differential equations. I hold a M.S. in Mathematics and an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics. Over time I have been working at colleges and universities in Germany, in France, and in the U.S. In addition I worked for a decade at research labs in Germany and in the U.S. (LBNL) and at a risk modeling company. Sinc [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$100 per hour.

4.86 69 ratings

I studied numerous topics and applications in differential equations at the university level and use it regularly as a data engineer. Some of my relevant coursework include ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, and signal processing and analysis. Over the past few years, I have mastered this subject, tutoring differential equations regularly to students of all ages and backgrounds and applying it in my work. I specialize in teaching and tutoring computer science, math, and physics. Over the past five years, I have successfully worked with a variety of different stude [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$95 per hour.

4.8 5 ratings

I have a M.S. from UC Berkeley in Fluid Mechanics and Applied Math. I have written courses, taught, and tutored Differential Equations in the past and am comfortable with the material. I started tutoring Math & Physics when I was 17 and my first (free) students were my classmates. I have continued tutoring ever since because I kept getting students referring me and because I truly enjoy teaching. My work experience includes: Over 15 years of experience in private high-end tutoring, working with gifted children (but not exclusively). Teaching Assistant for Physics 8A/8B at UC Berkeley (2006 [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$100 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

I've taken differential equations at UCLA and received a grade of A. My degree is also an engineering degree so I have strong proficiency in math. Hello, I am Auster. I graduated from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in Dec. of 2013 with a Chemical Engineering degree with a GPA of 3.8. I have experience working to tutor first and second year college students in multi-variable calculus as well as physics. While working with them, I developed my own manual to best teach the material. I have a strong background in Math and Science, and I can teach all sorts of standardized tests inc [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.8 5 ratings

I have a strong background in differential equation as this is a significantly important pre-requisite for students following a mechanical engineering degree. I have strong tutoring experience on this subject. I went to UC Riverside for my PhD in mechanical engineering, my daytime job is at California Environmental Protection Agency as a research scientist and engineer. During high school I was part of International Physics Olympiad competition and I received medal of honor at the national level. My vigorous interest in teaching comes from my own positive experience as a student and from a lo [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$30 per hour.

4.33 3 ratings

I received an A in differential equations. I have two bachelors degrees, one in math and one in physics (upper levels physics is almost entirely based on differential equations). I have tutored differential equations as well as many classes that build on it for almost 20 years. My mathematical physics research is based on high level differential equations. I have a vast background in math and physics. I have taken what is often considered to be the hardest course in physics (quantum field theory) and I received an A in both semesters. For now, the only philosophy classes I will tutor are l [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$80 per hour.

4.53 17 ratings

I am a chemical engineer and to get my degree, I had to take a Differential Equations course which covered how to solve ODEs and systems of differential equations. I also took a numerical methods class which had the pre-req and heavily used the topic of differential equations during the course. I also recently tutored a student in numerical analysis which included the topic of how to solve differential equations. I graduated from The University of Texas at Austin as a Chemical Engineer. My tutoring specialties are in math and science, ranging from elementary level to college Calculus. I especi [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.91 33 ratings

I took several differential equations courses at UC Riverside where I learned how to derive these equations and learned from a mathematical perspective. The concepts from these courses were then applied within my major courses including chemistry, physics, and biology. From my experience, I can teach differential equations concepts with a mathematical approach or by using real-world examples. I'm a graduate of the University of California, Riverside with a Bachelor of Science degree in Pure Chemistry with about four years of tutoring experience. Recently, I have relocated to the San Francisc [more]

Will travel 0 miles

$65 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

Differential equations, partial or ordinary, are required to compute important solutions to physical problems, but moreover, guarantee that under some constraints, a solution "exists" and is "unique." In algebraic topology, differential equations characterize something called "manifold topology" which allows us to distinguish between two different "manifold topologies" by showing solutions are different. I use a lot of theoretical differential equations, but as problems become more convoluted, solid understanding of basic problems are needed as these become the basic building blocks for intuit [more]

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