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Adric Q. ...As an educator, I recognize that the student must come first. This attitude has always served me well in patience with exploring new topics and needing to explore alternate routes of explanation. I do hold high expectations on both parties, and do understand that this is a process that evolves as a deeper relationship is formed.
9 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 1, algebra 2
$75.00/hr
Scotch Plains, NJ
David M. ...I look forward to getting to know you. I'd be happy to send my resume if requested.I studied mathematics and additional mathematics for my UK GCSE exams where algebra was covered extensively. I received A*s in both of these classes (highest scores). I then studied mathematics and further mathematics for my UK A levels (similar to US AP exams) where further topics in algebra were covered.
41 Subjects: including calculus, English, chemistry, reading
$80.00/hr
New York, NY
Joseph E. ...As a student I have spent my summers working in Chemistry and Geochemistry labs. I am currently in the process of applying to PhD programs in Geochemistry. I have Bachelors degree in Geology from Macalester College in Geology.
13 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, precalculus, SAT math
$50.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY
Moinuddin M. ...Three other subjects I enjoy teaching are Statics, Dynamics, and Solid Mechanics. These three subjects are of course mathematical. My professional degrees are in Mechanical Engineering with two PhD degrees, one from IIT Roorkee, India and the other from the University of Oklahoma, USA.
20 Subjects: including calculus, physics, differential equations, GMAT
$40.00/hr
East Brunswick, NJ
Thomas H. ...I wrote (a + b)(a + b)(a + b)(a + b)(a + b). I reasoned that when you expand that expression you end up with a bunch of terms like aaaaa, aaaab, aaaba, aaabb, aabaa, aabab, aabba, aabbb etc. Each of these can be written as one of these: a^5, a^4b, a^3b^2, a^2b^3, ab^4, b^5. The question was: what is the coefficient in front of each of these terms?
14 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, precalculus
$30.00/hr
New Brunswick, NJ

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