3 Mathematica Tutors Found Near Chesapeake, VA



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Leo W.

Mathematica Tutor

Richmond, VA 23238

Will travel 12 miles

$50 per hour.

4.96 25 ratings

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Mathematica spoken here

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]


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Frank A.

Mathematica Tutor

Arlington, VA 22204

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.86 22 ratings

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Middle school Math Teacher, College Prep, Math/ELA/Public Speaking

Throughout my four years in college, we were required to do different projects using Mathematica. I also used it to do my senior research. Having it installed on my computer, I still use it when helping friends. Hello! My name is Frank, and I have my bachelor's degree in applied mathematics. Rather than read a long paragraph, here are some quick bullet points about myself: ? I am a Middle School Teacher at a local Middle School ? I tutored for four years in college in various levels of math courses ? I worked for two years in an Americorps program focused on helping students improve on their [more]


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Paul M.

Mathematica Tutor

Chevy Chase, MD 20815

Will travel 15 miles

$72 per hour.

4.78 81 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]