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Will travel 10 miles

$85 per hour.

4.99 110 ratings

I've studied college level Calculus with differential equations with very good grades. I can easily explain this subject to students as I have extensive experience in tutoring. I have a Bachelor in Neuroscience and Math from the University of Melbourne. I love helping people uncover their academic potential. My expertise lies in all high school Math/Statistics/Calculus, Science, Physics and Chemistry subjects. At college level I can assist with Math/Statistics/Calculus, Psychology and Neuroscience. I have a Bachelor in Neuroscience and Math from the University of Melbourne, Australia's Top Un [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$63 per hour.

4.84 601 ratings

I received an A in differential equations from Washington State University in a course taught by Alex Khapalov, who publishes papers about differential equations. I have a minor in mathematics and have used differential equations in a variety of theoretical and practical applications: physical chemistry, transport phenomenon, electric devices, chemical kinetics, thermodynamics, and system controls. I have over 50 hours of experience tutoring students in areas of calculus, including differential equations. [more]

Will travel 7 miles

$75 per hour.

4.87 278 ratings

In college I took an advanced math class in Differential Equations. I also have appropriate experience applying linear algebra in many of my physics classes: mechanics (simple harmonic motion), electricity and magnetism (wave equation), quantum physics (Schrodinger equation), and thermal physics (multivariate differential equations). I encourage my students to become independent learners. Although I am confident in my ability to break down scientific concepts and principles, my goal is to guide the student through the lesson plan and develop crucial study skills, while resorting to explanatio [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.75 4 ratings

During my MSME at the U of W, I took a course called Numerical Methods. In that class, we used Matlab to write programs to solve Partial Differential Equations, like the heat equation. I also took a math course called Advanced Engineering Mathematics. I want to tutor for differential equations because my first exposure to the subject came during my undergraduate degree and I did not do well. Then, when I went back to school, I finally understood it and would like to help those who may be struggling with the subject like I did initially. [more]

Will travel 7 miles

$65 per hour.

4.97 111 ratings

I graduated from UC Berkeley in Electrical Engineering with high honors (top 10% of all graduating engineering students), and a minor in Mathematics. I also have a Masters degree from Stanford University. I've always been an excellent student; I was always able to understand very difficult math, science, and engineering concepts. I volunteered as a tutor at Berkeley and I have been a volunteer tutor for several years. I've been professionally tutoring for over 1 year with over 400 hours of tu... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

Hello! My name is Carly and I am a recent graduate from the Colorado School of Mines. I completed my Bachelors Degree from CSM in Computational and Applied Mathematics this past December. My rigorous bachelors studies at CSM provided me with advanced mathematics experience that I feel sets me apart from other math tutors. Although I can explain complex differential equations, I am also more than proficient at explaining sometimes simple yet confusing math problems in a way that makes sens... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$250 per hour.

5.0 10 ratings

I have taken multiple differential equations courses - both at Cambridge University (as an undergraduate), and at Caltech (as a PhD student). I have tutored students on differential equations before. I work as a full time quantum computing researcher, and love to tutor in my free time. I have experience teaching students of all levels in a broad range of topics in Physics and Math. I particularly enjoy helping people to learn about the field of quantum computing, which I have had the privilege of teaching to some of the world's most influential leaders and thinkers. My goal is always to break [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

4.95 60 ratings

Differential equations is a continuation of calculus topics. I am familiar with the types of differential equations found in the standard course be it exact, seperable, Bernoulli, Laplace transforms, applications, etc. Also, I have taken Fourier Analysis and part of my research used topics learned in this class. Hello, my name is Jorge and I'm currently pursuing a Ph.D. in economics. I have a Master's degree in mathematics, and I have a Bachelor's degree in economics with a minor in math. My career goals involve being a professor in economics and I am interested in statistics and econometrics. [more]

Will travel 1 miles

$299 per hour.

5.0 37 ratings

Differential equations can be tough. It's like calculus but also different and sometimes that gets students into trouble. Luckily it's all about recognizing patterns and fortunately, that's what the human brain was built to do! I can help you work through these tough problems, and to see that once you get through the earlier pieces of the course, it gets easier from there on out! I aced this class in college (at Cornell) and have taught it since, to SDSU students that needed some help getting through it, so the material is fresh in my head. [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.0 1 ratings

I have over 70 papers in print in academic journals on differential equations and regularly taught MATH 315 Introduction to Differential Equations and MATH 440/ 540 Applied Mathematics I which involves the partial differential equations of mathematical physics at WSU. I have a Ph.D. in applied mathematics from Rensselaer Polynechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, NY. My area of expertise is modeling phenomena from the natural and engineering sciences using mathematical techniques which are then compared with observational and experimental data relevant to the phenomena under investigation. I have [more]

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