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Will travel 40 miles

$80 per hour.

4.92 635 ratings

I have a strong background in linear algebra and differential equations. I have a Masters in mathematics and a PhD in economics which requires a good understanding of both topics. I understand both the theoretical basis and practical application of both subjects. In particular, I understand the relationship between the two subjects. I have a PhD in Economics from UCDavis and a Masters in Mathematics. I have a broad background in Math/Science and Economics. I have taught a number of courses and have previously worked as a GRE/GMAT/SAT/ACT instructor. I am well regarded as an excellent instruc [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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I have been studying physics and math for over ten years now, and graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor's from Haverford College and with a PhD from UCLA. I have continued so long in these fields because I really enjoy learning and I want to bring that love of learning to you. I often have fun facts that I like to throw in as asides, to connect what we are working on to the real world. I prefer to teach the understanding of the material rather than just how to get the answer, which I ... [more]

Will travel 7 miles

$50 per hour.

4.92 322 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 1 miles

$50 per hour.

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I was a TA for courses that involved differential equations for seven semesters at UC Berkeley. I spent a lot of time working with differential equations in my research as a PhD student. Differential equations can be really exciting once you realize that they can change the way you understand the world. I'd be happy to help make that happen. I taught undergraduate math and statistics courses at UC Berkeley for about six years while I was a doctoral student. During that time I had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of students at very different levels. I'm just as happy helping out stu [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$95 per hour.

4.98 549 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 universities in Germany and France, at research labs and a company in Germany and the US. I have been teaching math and computer science as a tutor and lecturer in multiple countries at [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$80 per hour.

4.56 16 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 4 miles

$300 per hour.

5.0 17 ratings

At Harvard, I took a course called Applied Mathematics 105b, which covers methods for solving any linear differential equation--ordinary or partial--of any order. For example, I'm very familiar with power series methods, with transforming a differential equation of order n into a system of n first-order differential equations with easily accessible solutions, with numerical and computational methods, with families of solutions like Bessel functions, and with the most common applications of differential equations, like the diffusion equation, heat equation, wave equation, and so forth. [more]

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