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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]

Mathematica is a very cool math language that allows the computer to do the heavy computational lifting. The list of programmers reads like a who's who of american mathematics. The syntax is odd--but logical--kind of like a cross between C and HTML. I've been programming in Mathematica since Mathematica 2.0, but the program has expanded continually. If you can phrase it as an equation, Mathematica can solve it, one way or another. In terms of tutoring the basics are file IO, equation solving, and graphics display. [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$100 per hour.

4.96 180 ratings

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]

Will travel 40 miles

$95 per hour.

4.81 435 ratings

I have been successfully tutoring students in mathematics for over twenty years, and can provide references upon request. As an Adjunct Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, I have taught many courses at several Long Island colleges, including remedial math, algebra and geometry, pre-calculus, finite mathematics, statistics, etc. My undergraduate degree is a B.S. in mathematics, and my postgraduate training was primarily in physics (and later in Computer Science). Most of my research work was done as a member of the Applied Mathematics Department at Brookhaven National Laboratory [more]

I have utilized Mathematica for around four years now, and have been mentoring novice understudies for about a year. I have utilized Mathematica to construct fundamental projects and modules for my computational class. I can demonstrate to you industry standards to take care of basic physical issues, and make movement liveliness of these issues utilizing this product. Like maple or MATLAB, Mathematica is an effective calculation dialect/instrument that requires time and patients. I've been coaching secondary school, understudies and grown-up long lasting students for as far back as 10 years, i [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 15 years at Hunter College and for the past 5 years I have been tutoring at a the Dolciani Math Learning Center located at Hunter College of CUNY.... [more]

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