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Will travel 5 miles

$80 per hour.

4.97 95 ratings

I'm a recent graduate from The Cooper Union with a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering. Completing this degree required required me to develop a well-rounded understanding of Mathematics, which could be applied to characterizing real-world systems. I received high marks in all of my Mathematics courses, and earned an A in my Differential Equations class. Furthermore, I was able to successfully apply the knowledge gained from this course to advanced Chemical Engineering class, like Chemical Reaction Engineering, Control System Analysis, Fluid Mechanics and Heat & Mass Transfer. [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$175 per hour.

4.92 249 ratings

I took Differential Equations in college, as well as partial differential equations, and how to model differential equations in C. This is usually the most advanced math course taken by most engineering students. Differential equations (or affectionately "Diff-E-Q") aren't so much unlike normal calculus problems in which one solves for an unknown, except that the unknowns in this case are other functions entirely. Instead of having just the variable in the equation, you have the function and derivatives of that function. In other words, it is the pinnacle of Calculus, its final destination (f [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$80 per hour.

4.94 17 ratings

As a pharmaceutical researcher, I had to work with both ordinary and partial differential equations as part of my job. I aced my Differential Equations class at Rice University. Every student seeking tutelage does so to improve their current academic standing. The tutor, therefore, must correctly assess the needs of their student, including learning style, and develop an effective approach to address those needs. Concepts must be explained clearly and reinforced to foster confidence and independence. Concepts must be covered concisely to minimize costs. I get this. As a PhD in Mathematic [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.85 194 ratings

I am qualified to tutor in this subject due to my experience in the subject. I took AP Calculus in high school and scored a 5 on the AP exam. I also took a class exclusively in differential equations in college & received an A. I have been tutoring students in math for around 25 years. I have tutored students in various branches of math ranging from arithmetic to calculus. I have tutored students as young as my nephews as well as students older than my mother. My methods in mathematics have been proven to work well. Many of my past clients have passed Regents exams, RCTs, did well on standardi [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I have published a textbook that contains Mathematical Models and applied differential equations for college and high school students, which is available at Amazon, Barnes & Nobles and college libraries. I have a Masters degree in Mathematics and PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering based on Differential Equations, Physics and Sciences in Belorussian State University, Minsk, Belarus. I have tutored and lectured in American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers Conferences, colleges and high schools. I have been a Tutor in Differential Equation, Physics and Engineering in "Integrated [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$70 per hour.

4.89 70 ratings

I have taken 3 years of Mechanical Engineering Mathematics involving Differential Equations and Integration topics. I am currently tutoring 2 students in college Calculus II courses. I am strong in Mathematics as demonstrated by my Ph.D. in Operations Research which involved mostly advanced Math courses. Mathematics is my strong suit, followed by Physics. My top performance in these gained me admission to the most sought out Mechanical Engineering program at a prestigious engineering college where only 1 % of students who wrote the entrance exam gained admission. I have tutored many stu [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$90 per hour.

4.0 5 ratings

Experience: I have helped undergraduate and graduate students struggling with Differential Equations for more than 3 years. Research: The main body of work in my Masters research (Spacecraft Trajectory Design and Optimal Control) and Doctorate research (Chaotic Mixing of Viscous Flows) was analyzing and solving linear and non-linear/chaotic differential equations. Education: In 12 years of university, I have passed numerous undergrad. and grad. courses in Differential Equations, all with grade A, such as: Ordinary Differential Equations, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Advanced Automatic Con [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$80 per hour.

5.0 16 ratings

I majored in math at Columbia University and will graduate in May with a BA, and I took Ordinary Differential Equations, which dealt significantly with differential equations. I first became passionate about math when I was in 1st grade and would race my friends through addition problems. Eventually, I felt I had mastered addition and moved on to subtraction and multiplication until I had basically finished the 3rd grade math curriculum by the time I got there. Since then, I have loved and excelled in math. So much so that I decided to major in Math during college and graduated with a BA in Ma [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$200 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

I took an honors, proof-based, computer-application-integrated version of this class at Indiana University. I also have used the material in a variety of subjects such as chemistry and particularly complex ordinary and partial differential equations in physics classes on mechanics, relativity, and quantum mechanics. I've also approached the material from a theoretical side, looking at sets of solutions of differential equations, interrelations with linear algebra, and numerical methods. I'm a full-time student at Columbia University. I am a fluent, native English speaker and tutor math, physic [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.58 12 ratings

I studied both ordinary differential equations and partial differential equations as an undergraduate student. As a graduate student, I've continued my study of differential equations, with every day applications. I recently submitted a project using non-linear differential equations to model a helicopter's slung load. I'd like to show you the power of differential equations in modeling everyday phenomena. Hello! I'm glad that you're considering me to help you learn. Here's a little bit of information about me that will hopefully help you in your decision making: As a proud 2011 graduate [more]

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