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Calculus, in summary, is the language that links distance with velocity and acceleration, circumference with area and volume, and mass with momentum and kinetic energy. Pre-calculus exposes you to the principles that lead up to the purpose of calculus. My philosophy is that once you understand the purpose of calculus, you will be more in tune with getting the individual concepts that it requires you to learn in differentiation and integration. That is what I can bring to the table. I have engineered spacecraft, and launch vehicles and aircraft. Calculus directly applies to orbit mechanics in s [more]

I am a math enthusiast who graduated with a bachelors in biochemistry and a minor in mathematics from Oakwood University. While in undergrad I tutored high school and college science and mathematics courses and served as a teaching assistant in the mathematics department, including Precalculus. I graduated from Oakwood University with a Bachelors degree in Biochemistry and a minor in mathematics. While attending Oakwood, I worked as chemistry and math tutor for the Center for Academic Success for two years and a teaching assistant in the Math and Computer Science Department. I then went on com [more]

My name is Ethan. I completed two MS degrees during 2011 - 2016. During my first MS degree, I was a teaching assistant at University of New Orleans. My responsibility was to teach Calculus and Introduction to Statistics. And during the second MS degree at LSU, I was teaching R and Probability. After graduation, I worked as a adjunct professor at North Lake College at Dallas during 2016 - 2017. And now I am a biostatistician at Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center. I have using R and statistics ... [more]

Mathematics has always been my passion, but my love for teaching is what motivates me daily! I have worked as a private tutor for the past 7 years and graduated from the University of Central Florida with my BS in Mathematics last year. I recently moved to Franklin, TN where I am pursuing my Master's in Statistics and working part-time as an Adjunct Professor. My teaching philosophy is simple - to truly impact the lives of my students while supporting their academic success! I not only love m... [more]

Hello my name is Anna Rose T. I graduated from The University of Alabama in December 2017 with a double degree in Finance and Business Management. One of the main reasons I want to be a math tutor is that enjoy solving math problems because I love the satisfaction of getting the correct number at the end. I also made A's in all of my finance courses and was top in my class in most of my courses. I graduated with a 3.8 GPA in Finance and a 4.0 in Management. In high school my bother had fai... [more]

Hi, I'm Trent. I graduated with a 4.0 GPA from Tennessee Technological University with a Bachelor's degree in mathematics. I have been tutoring mathematics (mostly algebra) for about seven years now, and I have worked with a wide variety of students, ranging from those who have struggled with math from an early age to those who wanted to get ahead of the rest of their class. During college, I got the opportunity to work with students from different ethnic backgrounds, as well, which allowed m... [more]

Hi! I'm Hunter. I love learning new things and sharing knowledge with others. I've had plenty of help along the way and I can't wait to help give you the tools to reach your goals. About me: After earning a bachelor's in Business from Tennessee Tech, I knew I wanted to use technology and creativity to solve problems. I'm currently able to do that everyday as a Solutions Engineer in Nashville, TN. When I'm not working, I'm probably listening to a podcast, desperately holding on to dignity in... [more]

Hi, my name is Jake (though, not from State Farm). I hold two degrees in engineering, but life led me to start being a math and science teacher. I actually got my start as a teacher teaching college-level trigonometry and chemistry. I really enjoyed having the large classes and working with very small groups. Something I still enjoy. To make my lessons then and now relevant, I try to bring my students' interests into the lesson. While the students are learning about math and science con... [more]

Precalculus is one of those subjects that is a little bit of every fundamental math concept you will need to perform effectively in calculus. I am aware of what they are and how to use them. This subject can be daunting for any student who have gaps in knowledge. I tutored for Precalculus in a public school setting for years. I hold a doctorate in biomedical science and have extensive tutoring and teaching experience. I can tutor persons of any age, including those with disabilities. I am a well-rounded tutor who was elected Who's Who in both undergraduate and graduate studies. I have worke [more]

I am a Magna Cum Laude creative writing graduate from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League) who graduated after only 2.5 years. I specialize in teaching mathematics and writing. I have taught high school Algebra and Geometry courses to students in China through an Ivy League only online tutoring company. I engaged one on one with the student and addressed her mathematics concerns. I also tutored a student in college level calculus guiding her through her online course with focused wor... [more]

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