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I am an experienced math textbook editor and teacher. I have a BS Cornell University in Engineering and an MBA. I know Trig well and I can make it understandable to anyone. I'm a native Ohioan who went to Cornell University to pursue a degree in Chemical Engineering. I worked in engineering and business before getting into teaching. I've always loved Math and learning about HOW and WHY it is relevant and useful. Engineering allowed me to use math to solve real problems and understand how the laws of nature work. I'm an outdoors person and I love exploring nature. It's a beautiful thing [more]

I am a retired physician/ cardiologist. I have always been extremely good at mathematics and have the ability to convey mathematical concepts in a variety of different ways. Although I do not have any formal teaching credentials I have spent my entire career mentoring medical students and young physicians. For the past two years I have also worked as a homework helper for the Columbus Library, Worthington area. In this capacity I have mentored children of all grade levels with a variety of ... [more]

Thanks for checking out my profile. My name is Alex, and I have over a decade's worth of experience either tutoring or teaching in the classroom. I have a bachelor's degree in math and a master's degree in teaching from Kent State University. While I was in college I worked for the university as a math tutor. I covered classes ranging from Intro to College Algebra through Calculus II and Statistics. I'm currently in my seventh year of teaching. I have taught Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra... [more]

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$80 per hour.

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My personal business philosophy is to help students not just to find the right answers but help to develop problem solving skills and the ability to use their resources effectively. This approach to tutoring does more than just prepare a student to take and pass a test, it prepares them to be successful wherever life takes them. One of the benefits of this philosophy is that students learn to work independently rather than becoming reliant on a tutor. This is particularly powerful when a p... [more]

I am a mathematics graduate student at The Ohio State University. I have been tutoring math and physics students since 2012. Both of these subjects can be pretty tough, and I am passionate about helping students to really understand and succeed at them. In addition to 5+ years of tutoring experience, I am currently teaching calculus at Ohio State. I am a National Merit Scholar Finalist, and I obtained perfect scores on the math portions of both the SAT and GRE exams. In mathematics, I have w... [more]

I am proficient in math and business courses (economics, strategy, marketing, leadership, management, quality assurance and control, and communication) and with general operation of PC's as well as Microsoft Office software. I hold a Master of Science in management and leadership and a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Western Governors University. I have over 30 years of business expertise which utilizes every subject topic I have in my profile. I am proficient in business de... [more]

I am originally from Abidjan, Ivory Coast in West Africa. When I first came to the US, I went to Lycee Rochambeau French International School, in Bethesda, as I did not speak a word of English. After gradually adjusting to the new lifestyle and culture, I then went to Bethesda Chevy Chase High before finally enrolling at the University of Maryland for my bachelors degree. I graduated in May 2013 with a B.Sc in Electrical Engineering. Ironically enough, I was initially really into science cour... [more]

I have 17 years of teaching experience at a college level at Devry University and Franklin University in all levels of algebra, precalculus and statistics. Even though I have a full time job, I teach and tutor math because I enjoy it. Prior to teaching, I was a math tutor for 2 years. I have also been tutoring high school and college students through Wyzant for the past 5 years. I have had many of the same students for several years and just recently, I received requests from two of my f... [more]

I have many years of experience tutoring. I graduated for Otterbein University with a degree in Middle School Education with a concentration in Math and Science. I have been tutoring students for many years in Math, Science, Reading, Writing, Programming, and more for over 5 years. I have worked with students from a variety of backgrounds, such as from poor families and wealthy families, and from families from America and families from other countries. I tutor students from young elementary s... [more]

I am an expert in this subject matter, having taught it in a range of subjects from Precalculus to the Calculus as well as in Physics classes (Resolution of vectors via trigonometric identities). The fundamental identity in this genre is [sin(x)] ^2 + [cos(x)]^2 = 1. Several others are derivable from it. For Sums and Products of Trig functions I often taught the use of the Euler Identity e^(i*theta) = cos(theta) + i*sin(theta), and match real and imaginary components in the expansion. One thing that serves the student well is that the 'y' component is related to the sine of the angle and t [more]

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