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Daniel F. ...I have been tutoring students from Mission San Jose, Washington, Irvington, and most other high schools in Fremont and the greater East Bay area in all levels of math for over three years. Through one-on-one lessons and routine practice, my students have achieved outstanding results. References are available by request.
12 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, algebra 1
$65.00/hr
Fremont, CA
Paige W. ...The symbolic language of Discrete Math is usually a bit challenging for most students. Upside down E's and A's can be confusing...Always....Sometimes... Getting to the details of each statement and it's composite statement of undeniable conclusion, can take more creativity than writing music or ...
18 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, statistics, GED
$65.00/hr
Newark, CA
Jeffrey M. ...An essential part of that review is supervised practice of techniques. In addition to the course work that I did for my physics master's and Ph.D degrees, I did research in the dynamics of protein molecules, including light-harvesting proteins and proteins found in nerve cells. Most of my caree...
17 Subjects: including calculus, physics, GRE, ASVAB
$79.00/hr
San Mateo, CA
Julie O. ...In order to guide students, I have notes and worksheets organized by topic on my website. My AP students solve practice questions from previous exams created by CollegeBoard on each topic. AP chemistry is usually an easier course to approach due to the plethora of information available online and the types of questions on the test administered by CollegeBoard.
18 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, biology
$77.00/hr
Mountain View, CA
Khoa N. ...Do we know sin^2(x) + cos^2(x) = 1? It is too basic to apply directly to the problem. Then we need to know how to change or convert the basic formulas to something like cos2x = 2cos^2(x) - 1 or 2cos^2(x) = cos(2x) + 1.
13 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, SAT math
$70.00/hr
Walnut Creek, CA

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