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Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

4.92 577 ratings

Material covered can be based upon the students' courses syllabi, existing material that the tutor has, students'/parents' particular interest, or some combination of these. Subject matter include, but are not limited to: a. Review of Algebra II (as needed) b. Review of Geometry (as needed) c. Review of Trigonometry (as needed) d. Roots and Powers e. Financial Calculations f. Logorithms g. Growth/Decay Functions h. Imaginary Numbers i. Graphing and Reading Graphs j. Relating Pre-calc to Other Subjects (including: calculus, physics, chemistry, investing, and more) k. Much More ...... Always [more]

My name is Na L. and I'm a PhD student of mechanical engineering at Oakland University. Because of my background in engineering, I have strong skills in mathematics, physics and chemistry. I am originally from Beijing, China. Mandarin is my primary language and so I am capable of teaching Chinese as well. During my undergraduate program, I was a teaching assistant for a tutoring class and helped to organize the class, checked attendance, graded homework and exams, answered questions, etc. ... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$44 per hour.

4.85 107 ratings

I have a PhD Mechanical Engineering and 3+ years of tutoring experience, including Precalculus. My name is Jan (?Yahn?). I have a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology as well as an MBA from the University of Michigan and an MSc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Twente in the Netherlands. After working in the automotive industry for 10+ years in various engineering and engineering management roles, I now work as a business consultant. Helping my child with their middle school and high school math got me interested in tutoring. I tutore... [more]

Hello, My name is Vincent and I have been working very hard over the last five years through Wyzant to help students of all ages and backgrounds increase their grades and subject IQ's and in general feel better about their capability to learn Math and Science. I accomplish this with a unique blend of reliability, professionalism, knowledge, personality and most importantly patience. Even though I have received a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and... [more]

I have been teaching secondary mathematics for over 20 years. I have taught High School mathematics courses ranging from Basic Algebra to Calculus. I have taught online mathematics classes as well. My focus is on building the confidence of my students. It is then they can grow and develop to reach their maximum academically. My vast experiences as well as the relationships that I have developed with my students are unparalleled.... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.91 218 ratings

I have tutored many students in precalculus. My minor in college and graduate school was mathematics. I worked in industry as an engineer for over 30 years and my work required me to have a thorough understanding of precalculus. "Our Goal Is Grade A" I am passionate about math, physics, and chemistry and I am easy to understand. I try to make students very comfortable with me because I understand that their level of learning, comprehension, and confidence increases in a comfortable setting. My objective is to help students improve their test scores which results in better grades. I work [more]

I have always wanted to be a teacher, but did not want the task of classroom management. I have found working individually and with groups of students to be very rewarding and fun. As someone who enjoys learning and school, I wish to instill this love for lifelong learning in others. Additionally, I recognize how difficult it is to obtain a job without a college degree, and I cannot imagine how difficult it would be to obtain one without a high school degree. I hope to help others reach their... [more]

A further look is taken at parent graphs, how they can be translated, and the domain and range of functions are more closely kept track of. Main things to look for when determining the domain of a function: division by zero, square rooting (or any even root) of a number. Anything learned in previous math classes is fair game at any point, and more time will be spent on special classes of functions, and identities: logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric, rational, etc... Become very comfortable using rational exponents rather than radical symbols, and do not rely too much on the calculator [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

Hi, my name is Samar and I'm a math tutor! I am currently a Master's student in Statistics and teach courses to undergraduate students in Intermediate Algebra and Precalculus, so I have plenty of experience working with students to ensure learning and comprehension! Aside from being a teaching assistant, I have tutored student for over 7 years, in subjects ranging from elementary math to undergraduate math courses, and also have experience in major exam tutoring (SAT/ACT/DAT...). I am availab... [more]

Hi! My name is Jane. I?m a senior at EMU (Eastern Michigan University), majoring in Physics and minoring in Mathematics. I?m fortunate to have learned from some outstanding professors at EMU ? professors who were able to demystify difficult material, breaking down obtuse mathematical and physical concepts into their constituent parts, making them accessible and manageable. I had professors who would routinely solve a math or physics problem two or three different ways. By doing so, they ... [more]

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