3 Mathematica Tutors Found Near Visalia, CA



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Walter U.

Mathematica Tutor

North Hollywood, CA 91605

Will travel 10 miles

$120 per hour.

4.97 101 ratings

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USC STEM Tutor: Math, Physics, Programming, & More!

I have utilized Mathematica throughout the extent of my undergraduate education. In addition, I heavily relied on Mathematica for analytic calculations while obtaining my M.S. degree. Such experience has yielded a broad mastery of the program's various built-in functions and features. I have generated various template notebook files which could come in quite handy for creating new programs or for teaching purposes. Hi there! I am a computational physicist at USC, doing research in quantum optics and solid-state physics. I teach all levels of mathematics, as well as introductory and college-lev [more]


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Aron Y.

Mathematica Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90024

Will travel 7 miles

$100 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Professor of Chemistry

I started using Mathematica with version 5, in 2003, which was my first year taking graduate classes in the UCLA Dept. of Chemistry. When I subsequently was a teaching assistant for the department's graduate statistical mechanics class, I taught those students to use Mathematica. I've also used Mathematica extensively in my research. I have a B.A. in chemistry and biology from Dartmouth (summa cum laude), a Ph.D. in chemistry from UCLA, and am currently an Adjunct Prof. of Chemistry at West Los Angeles College. I also have four years of experience teaching chemistry and other sciences at th [more]


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Tom A.

Mathematica Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90045

Will travel 40 miles

$48 per hour.

4.93 371 ratings

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Calc., Physics, EE (analog, digital design), micro-controller tutoring

I have been a mathematica user for more than 15 years. I've used it primarily to back up analysis that I've done as a EE using other tools such as matlab or mathcad. The user interface takes some getting used, and I can put together a list of problems and references that should help the student get up to speed. Mathematica is a great tool, that's worth the extra effort it takes to learn. I've used it to solve problems in linear algebra, as well as electromagnetics. I am an Electrical Engineer with work experience at Hughes Aircraft, Boeing (Anaheim), Raytheon, and Freescale Semiconductor ( [more]