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Stu K. ...Also, I have tutored physics, mathematics, chemistry, and English to three students who later graduated as high school valedictorians. I am uniquely qualified to tutor physics, with a PhD in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from the University of Washington and more than 40 years of pr...
17 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, writing
$40.00/hr
Kent, WA
Maxwell W. ...My tutoring style is patient, flexible, supportive and highly communicative. I dislike rule-based learning, and tend to emphasize principles and concepts over rules and memorization. I use metaphor, analogy, pictures, and words as much as symbols and equations to both explain material and help solve problems.
34 Subjects: including calculus, reading, English, physics
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Hsiao-harng S. ...As a final note, I am fun, supportive, and patient and I hope to make your learning experience a fun one. I am willing to adjust my teaching style so that it aligns with your learning style because I want my students to get the most out of me.I know Calculus can be a scary subject but it can be ...
16 Subjects: including calculus, physics, SAT math, algebra 1
$45.00/hr
Renton, WA
QuocBao V. ...I've develop GUIs and tool for different research application in MATLAB as well as software to analyze medical imaging data. I also know how to interface java code into MATLAB for operation likes reading text files since it is much easier to do in java compared to MATLAB. My qualifications for this subject is my Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Washington.
9 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 1, algebra 2
$35.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Matt B. ...I've taught AP Calculus AB for thirteen years, and the subject continues to fascinate me. Unlike other courses, Calculus looks at a function's behavior and what that tells us about the function itself. It informs us about how a function is *changing*. But most of all Calculus is the study of the Limit, the accumulation of infinitesimal change.
8 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$40.00/hr
Kent, WA

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