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Mark K. ...I am a 1985 Magna Cum Laude graduate in mechanical engineering from Northeastern University located in Boston MA. I also possess a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of RI in which I focused on systems analysis which relies heavily on linear algebra. I am a 1985 Magna Cum Laude graduate in mechanical engineering from Northeastern University located in Boston MA.
8 Subjects: including calculus, English, physics, algebra 1
Holbrook, MA
Matt L. ...I'm especially familiar with courses given at BU, Northeastern, Suffolk, Harvard, and MIT. I use Stata and R and can teach at any level, including graduate-level multivariate statistics, regression, and econometrics. I earned A+'s in Econometrics and Microeconomics at MIT.
29 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, English, physics
Boston, MA
Xinhao D. ...I know the problems/doubts that students (econ related majors or not) might encounter in different stages of learning economics in general. I could give different tips depending on if you are learning intro course or intermediate/graduate courses. I hope to get you interested and improved in economics learning, understanding basic concepts and modeling real economic problems.
17 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, geometry, algebra 2
Boston, MA
Blythe C. ...I use my energy and enthusiasm to promote positivity and active learning, helping all students access the mathematics curriculum. I truly believe all students can and will succeed in mathematics, learning skills which will help them in their everyday lives and open doors to additional career pos...
29 Subjects: including calculus, Spanish, writing, geometry
Boston, MA
Clark N. ...The other two are linear algebra and the stochastic systems (statistics), which come together in advanced courses. Everyone intending to pursue studies in basic science (including life sciences), engineering or economics should have a good foundation in introductory calculus. Mechanics is the basis of physics, physics is the basis of most fields of application, particularly in engineering.
7 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 1, algebra 2
Allston, MA

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