3 Mathematica Tutors Found Near Allegheny, PA



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Farhad G.

Mathematica Tutor

Washington, DC 20052

Will travel 35 miles

$70 per hour.

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Professor at GWU and a Full-time Technical Lead Engineer

I have used Mathematica in my research during the past 10 years. I have been an instructor for several Mathematica workshops at GWU. I have served as an adjunct professor, a teaching assistant, as well as a mentor and advisor for undergraduate and graduate students during the past 10 years. I?m currently a part-time adjunct professor at GWU teaching a graduate course in electromechanical control systems (MAE6246). My teaching experience started as a teaching assistant for Multi-body dynamical systems and Control during my M.Sc., in the mechanical engineering department of Santa Clara Univ [more]


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Douglas N.

Mathematica Tutor

Erie, PA 16506

Will travel 20 miles

$100 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Mathematics Tutoring for K-12, Undergraduate, and Test Preparation

I have been programming with Mathematica for 3 years and am proficient in module building. I have completed projects in wavelet image recognition and run testing modules for analysis research. I do not have experience in coding for optimal resource consumption, but this is not a common concern in so powerful a software as Mathematica. Greetings! I'm Douglas, a mathematics teacher at The Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, NY. I hold a B.S. in mathematics with a minor in philosophy and I absolutely love communicating math at all levels! I spent 3 years tutoring mathematics for my undergraduate insti [more]


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Paul M.

Mathematica Tutor

Chevy Chase, MD 20815

Will travel 15 miles

$70 per hour.

4.79 110 ratings

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Math, Statistics, Computer Science and Programming Tutor

I have completed a 3 hour course in Mathematica (focusing primarily on numerical methods). I have also completed another 9 hours of classes that use Mathematica for assignments. I have also tutored graduate students in writing and debugging Mathematica code. American culture has a hang-up about math. Many believe success in mathematics centers on talent, but in fact (and there is research to show this) motivation and effort are really the keys to success. Learning math is akin to learning a language and essentially everybody learns at least one language fluently. In the case of math, it is the [more]