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Will travel 10 miles

$225 per hour.

4.92 263 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

$100 per hour.

4.99 183 ratings

During my undergraduate years, I took Math courses that involved finding the solutions to differential equations of the linear and non linear type. I obtained A's in these courses. In addition, I have tutored a student from Manhattan College throughout a whole semester, on solving first and second order differential equations of the homogeneous, and non homogeneous types. He ended with an A average for the course. I have tutored other college students (Queens College, BMCC, Stony Brook) in non- Calculus and Calculus based physics. In the latter, I assisted students in finding solutions to prob [more]

Will travel 3 miles

$79 per hour.

4.17 6 ratings

Not only have I studied and used differential equations for my math and physics courses at Harvard, I also used them for my research in magnetohydrodynamics to find the origins of planetary magnetic fields. This was used for NASA's Juno mission to model Jupiter's magnetic fields to help determine its physical composition. I am a data scientist and educational advisor to students and professionals who would like to strengthen their quantitative skills for their exams and careers. I focus on building strong foundations so students understand the principles of a subject. My approach helps student [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

4.95 19 ratings

Having two master's (Mechanical Engineering and Physics), I have experience in subjects ranging from astrophysics, quantum mechanics and cosmology. We use a lot of homogeneous and non-homogeneous differential equations to calculate and analyze the situations. Bessel functions, power series solutions are a few examples in the application of differential equations. I work at a private school as a Physics teacher. I am a Physics tutor with a passion to teach Physics and Math to students. I work at a private school as a Physics teacher. During my spare time I read my graduate physics books as I w [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$300 per hour.

4.88 25 ratings

I took Differential Equations at Cornell University and received an A in the subject. I am familiar with solution methods to linear, 1st and 2nd order, ordinary differential equations; Fourier and Laplace methods; linear algebraic methods; and partial differential equations. If you are a graduate, undergraduate, or high school student in New York City seeking tutoring in mathematics or physics, look no further because I'm your guy! I graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University back in 2012, double majoring in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering. I ventured out to the University of [more]

Will travel 14 miles

$60 per hour.

4.96 119 ratings

I have taken coursework dealing with both ordinary and partial differential equations in engineering and applied math contexts and am proficient in the following areas: Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs): -1st/2nd order equations -Systems of ODEs -Numerical methods (Euler/Runge-Kutta methods, etc.) -Power series solutions Partial Differential Equations (PDEs): -Separation of variables -Fourier series -Eigenfunction expansions -Sturm-Liouville Theory -Green's functions -Similarity solutions Apart from an introductory sophomore-level course on differential equations, I have taken a gradu [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$80 per hour.

4.87 284 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 over 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 standardize [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.75 20 ratings

I am an adjunct math and computer science professor at Mercy where I teach and tutor math since 2011. I hold a master's degree in applied math and a master's degree in computer security. I have helped Mercy college students in a range of subjects including differential equations. I hold a Master's degree in applied math and a master's degree in computer security. I currently teach (from algebra to calculus 2) at Mercy College since Fall 2013 and also teach for Monroe College. I tutored math at Mercy since 2011 while I was a grad student. If there is something I like more about tutoring and te [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I have been tutoring since 2011 in the college I used to attend to. I enjoy tutoring students because not only it helps me to refresh everything I have learned, but also to convey the materials taught to others. As best as possible, I try to break it down so they won't be intimidated by the language of mathematics and feel more confident to themselves. The tutoring center was just the highlight of my experience. Once I started to pursue a master's degree, I became an adjunct lecturer in 2014 ... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$80 per hour.

4.87 52 ratings

Differential equations at the undergraduate level first starts out by solving certain classes of equations such as linear homogeneous with constant coefficients, linear non-homogeneous with constant or non-constant coefficients and special cases of nonlinear equations. The one semester course usually ends with Laplace Transform techniques and systems of differential equations. The geometric approach and dynamical systems can be included as well. I have taught the course at Fairleigh Dickinson University. [more]

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