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Shao Y. ...You need only click on a button and all the result will be updated and generated automatically) If you are interested in programming based statistic software, I am a certificated SAS programmer, and very familiar with SPSS, and SQL. If you are just a beginner and not sure what you need, feel fr...
8 Subjects: including statistics, Chinese, algebra 1, linear algebra
$60.00/hr
Evanston, IL
Michael W. ...I was an advanced math student, completing the equivalent of pre-calc as a sophomore in high school. A number of my earliest students through WyzAnt were in pre-calc, who all improved by at least one full letter grade with only a few sessions. And, pre-calc overlaps with what I cover for my Algebra 2 and Trigonometry students, with positive feedback and ratings from them as well.
17 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Itasca, IL
Nicole C. ...To be prepared for these problems and to use these tools, and individual needs a strong foundation in linear algebra. Every engineering student at Northwestern University is required to take MatLab in their first quarter. Students are then expected to regularly use MatLab in the following three quarters of that sequence.
23 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, GRE
$45.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Michael S. ...Part of my time is devoted to research in high energy physics, such as the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. Teaching runs in my family and I often work with my own kids, especially in science and math. Outside of work, I am a trained Administration Judge for USA Swimming - both my kids are swimmers.
15 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, geometry
$75.00/hr
Wilmette, IL
Robert L. ...One topic covered in pre-calculus is the polar coordinate system. Using the definition of sine and cosine you can express the rectangular coordinates x and y as rcos(theta) and rsin(theta). Then, using the tangent and Pythagorean theorem, you can write polar coordinates in terms of rectangular. Trigonometry begins with a right triangle and the Pythagorean theorem.
26 Subjects: including statistics, physics, calculus, geometry
$65.00/hr
Glencoe, IL

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