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Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

During my undergraduate coursework in physics at Idaho State University and Brigham Young University-Idaho I was required to utilize techniques from differential equations in solving complex problems. I have taken at least four higher division physics courses which require some knowledge in differential equations, including but not limited to: Classical Mechanics, Electrodynamics, Quantum Mechanics, and Thermal/Statistical Physics. In addition to that coursework I finished the respective course for Ordinary Differential Equations with an A. I am currently taking a similar course at Idaho St [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 10 ratings

I have a degree in math Ed as well as a level 4 current teaching certificate. I have tutored calculus as well as calculus 2 for about 10 years as well. I have also taken continuing Ed. Classes relating to differential equations. I would be happy to take a test if one is available. I have been an active teacher and math tutor for sixteen years. I just moved to the area and am wanting to continue teaching, which is my passion. I have taught high school as well as at risk teens in treatment programs. I have also taught honors students seeking a greater depth of understanding and college stude [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

4.93 72 ratings

As an undergraduate, I obtained a B.S. with highest honors with majors in physics and mathematics. As part of the mathematics major, we were required to take a senior sequence in a number of subject areas. The sequence I chose was Differential Equations. Thus, as an undergraduate, I took and passed four differential equations classes with nothing less than an "A" in each one. Moreover, this does not include the countless number of differential equations that I solved in other math and physics classes such as Quantum Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, Mechanics, Statistical Physics, and [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.75 4 ratings

I took ordinary differential equations, I and II, and partial differential equation. I received an A for all classes. I used differential equations, in undergraduate and graduate physics classes, including electrodynamics, quantum mechanics and plasma physics. I have used diff eq in my plasma and astrophysics research, which included obtaining numerical solutions using computers. I studied physics and math in college, going on to a PhD in physics. I currently work off and on at a NASA lab, where I have a research grant. Since I am between grants now, I have some hours to tutor while I work on [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 7 ratings

I learned ordinary and partial differential equations as a senior in high school (courses taken through Utah Valley University). I tutored students in ODE's and other subjects while at UVU. I graduated with a bachelors degree in physics and a minor in math from BYU, where I was required to take partial differential equations again and many of my upper-level physics courses required use of differential equations. I'm Kade! I recently graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Physics and a minor in Math from BYU. I have tutored since my senior year of high school, when I worked in the Math Tutorial [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 24 ratings

I took the class a year ago and ended with 101%. I have been tutoring the subject to students taught by several different professors (so I am familiar with different learning/teaching styles). This is by far my favorite subject to tutor. I have been a tutor at Weber State University for two and a half years now, and I love it. I love seeing the concepts click as the material is explained from a fellow student's point of view, and not from a seemingly all-knowing teacher/professor. I have received countless excellent reviews from peers as well as those older than me, and I strive to keep up on [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.27 22 ratings

I received an BS in Phyiscs from Metro State Univ of Denver in 1993 and an MS in Experimental High Energy Physics (EHEP) from KSU in 1996, and completed all of the coursework necessary for a PhD in Nuclear/Experimental High Energy Physics at KU. On the way to these degrees I took math and physics courses which taught, _e.g._ differential equations (at the undergraduate level), mathematical methods of physics (at both the undergraduate and graduate levels) and made extensive use of differential equations(_e.g._ electric & magnetic fields (at both the undergraduate and graduate levels) and Gene [more]

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