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I have been using Mathematica almost since it first came out (I think I started with v2.0 back in 1988 and they are now at v11.3), both as a research tool and as a teaching illustration. In my calculus classes I typically assign several projects involving Mathematica, however most individual students would be unable to purchase it due to the hefty price tag. I used to program in Fortran, Pascal, C++, and Java but now write programs almost exclusively in Mathematica. Originally I created interactive demos that can be exported in CDF format and used by anyone with the free CDF Player from Wolf [more]

I have a degree in physics and a minor in mathematics. I'm also currently working on a masters in applied mathematics & statistics. In several courses, such as Ordinary Differential Equations (ODE) and Partial Differential Equations (PDE), we make heavy use of programs such as Mathematica and Maple. I have excelled in the use of these software so much so that I've been asked to TA a course in Computational Math this Fall. I'm an experienced certified teacher in NJ, currently pursuing a Doctorate in Cognitive Studies in STEM Education. I hold a Masters in Physics and Applied Statistics also fro [more]

I have used Mathematica while pursuing my PhD in Physics from The University of Edinburgh. Education: ? PhD in Physics from The University of Edinburgh, 2013 to Now (Thesis: Evaluation-Efficient Multidimensional Numerical Integration) ? MS in Scientific Computing from New York University, 2005 to 2007 (Thesis: Solar System Simulation with 3-D Visualization) ? BS in Computer Science and Mathematics from James Madison University, 1998 to 2002 and 2004 to 2005... [more]

I have a MA in pure mathematics from The City College of CUNY and have taught Precalculus and Calculus using Mathematica and tutored several other courses using Mathematica. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Arts from The City College of the City University of New York. I have been teaching Mathematics and Statistics for 20 years at Hunter College and other CUNY and non-CUNY schools, also for the past 8 years I have been tutoring at a the Dolciani Math Learning Center located at Hunter College of CUNY.... [more]

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I have used the Mathematica computer algebra system throughout my career as a student and teacher. In particular, I used Mathematica extensively while completing my Master's thesis in physics. In this context, I wrote a number of Mathematica programs to model the behavior of solid state devices. As a teacher, I also use Mathematica (especially its graphical capabilities) to demonstrate concepts to some of my math classes. Hello, I have been a college math instructor for more than 15 years (twice named Teacher of the Year by the student government association.) During this time, I have [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$120 per hour.

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I have used Mathematica for about two years now, and have been tutoring beginner students for about a year. I have used Mathematica to build basic programs, and modules for my computational class. I can show you how to solve simple physical problems, and make motion animation of these problems using this software. Like maple or MATLAB, Mathematica is a powerful computation language/tool that requires time and patients. I can tutor students anywhere from understanding and using the basics, all the way to graphing spherical harmonics and solving second order differential equations using Mathemat [more]

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]

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