3 Mathematica Tutors Found Near Roanoke, VA



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Ryan P.

Mathematica Tutor

Washington, DC 20057

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 79 ratings

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Engaging Chemistry Tutor (Ph.D. Candidate)

Mathematica is a platform I have used frequently in coordination with my research in Theoretical and Computational Biophysics and Physical Chemistry. I have experience not only in utilizing mathematica for advanced scientific topics, but also teaching others in how to use mathematica. I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in Chemistry from Georgetown University, where I am studying biomedically-applicative nanomaterials and computational characterization. I graduated with a B.S. in Chemistry and a minor in Biology from Boston College. I have previous experience tutoring chemistry, biology and the [more]


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Keyan L.

Mathematica Tutor

Raleigh, NC 27614

Will travel 30 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Mathematics and Statistics Tutor

I have six years of experience in Mathematica. I took a one-year class for Mathematica in college. I have more than 10 years tutoring experience. I've been tutoring my cousins since junior high and I tutored my classmates in college. I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics and a master's degree in Operations Research. I pursued my master's degree in North Carolina State University and graduated with a 4.0 GPA. During the two years I spent in grad school, I was hired as a tutor for Mathematics and Statistics classes in NCSU. I am willing to tutor most math-relat... [more]


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Paul M.

Mathematica Tutor

Cabin John, MD 20818

Will travel 30 miles

$85 per hour.

4.77 78 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]