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Jem C. ...My degree is from RPI in Theoretical Mathematics, and thus included taking Discrete Mathematics as well as a variety of other proof-writing courses (Number Theory, Graph Theory, and Markov Chains to name a few). I absolutely love writing proofs and thinking problems out abstractly. I favor the S...
59 Subjects: including linear algebra, differential equations, grammar, discrete math
$90.00/hr
Upper Darby, PA
Leandro L. ...C was the second programming language that I learned in 2003. I used C to solve bioinformatics problems during my master's degree. I used to be professor of computer science in São Paulo, Brazil (Aug 2009 - Dec 2013), teaching subjects that involved programming using C, algorithms, data structures, and graphs.
10 Subjects: including discrete math, algebra 1, Portuguese, computer science
$50.00/hr
Lansdowne, PA
Ramzy B. ...I scored a 12 on Physical Sciences, a 10 on Verbal Reasoning, and a 12 on Biological Sciences. I have also taken and received an A in biology, general chemistry, and physics at Muhlenberg College. I have tutored 13 students at Muhlenberg College in Organic Chemistry I and II.
7 Subjects: including prealgebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry
$75.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Donna C. ...A large part of working with students with special needs is teaching study skills. It is important to emphasize organizational techniques for studying. It is also important to understand a particular student's learning style.
44 Subjects: including SAT math, ESL/ESOL, trigonometry, English
$50.00/hr
Langhorne, PA
Kelli J. ...J. was a wonderful tutor. She made complex math topics, easy and understandable. Mrs.
6 Subjects: including precalculus, finite math, algebra 1, algebra 2
$40.00/hr
Lansdowne, PA

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