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Anton K. ...I've used it to solve all sorts of numerical problems. I've been tutoring in linear algebra and recently helped a student at Columbia learn this subject. As a tutor, I've taught math topics such as differential equations, algebra, calculus, vector calculus, precalculus, trigonometry, probability, and statistics.
48 Subjects: including statistics, reading, chemistry, writing
Belmont, MA
Xinhao D. ...After tutoring/teaching students with different backgrounds (undergraduates/graduates/MBAs/high schoolers), I become more familiar with the problems/concerns they have with the courses quickly and try different teaching methods accordingly. My career interest is teaching and doing economics rese...
17 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
Boston, MA
Andrew F. ...The good news is that it's not as difficult as it may seem - at least not basic single-variable calculus. I can help you overcome any obstacles you may have with respect to differentiation, integration, and any of their numerous applications. I can also help with related problems of limits, infinite series, and numerical methods for solving basic calculus problems.
37 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, English, physics
Newton, MA
Chris D. ...It includes transformations, trig and lots of modeling of real world behavior. When teaching Pre-calculus I focus on helping students to make the connections between the graphical, table and equation forms of the functions we work with. The SAT is a test that with some simple techniques and pra...
23 Subjects: including statistics, physics, calculus, geometry
Wakefield, MA
Cristiana P. ...I also have experience tutoring friends and family members in the subject. For a while I was enrolled in Greek school and would help out friends that were struggling. This language is not just a matter of memorization, and is not so incomprehensible as people often think.
23 Subjects: including statistics, reading, Spanish, calculus
Framingham, MA

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