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Greg K. ...Most of my current students are enrolled at high school AP Calculus or taking college level calculus such as SDSU courses MATH 122-124, MATH 141, and MATH150. I am a professional chemist and have taught chemistry at all levels for many years. Most of my current students are enrolled in high sch...
16 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, geometry
$45.00/hr
Spring Valley, CA
Jon M. ...I've taught and tutored differential, integral, multivariable, and vector calculus at UCSD for several quarters. Because of its visual nature, and the manner in which it simplifies many mathematical concepts, I love tutoring and teaching geometry. When I tutor students, I try to demonstrate the beauty of this subject with many simple, elegant examples.
11 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$80.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Genevieve G. At UCSD I received my BS in Chemistry and my MS in Chemistry. My undergraduate coursework included thorough work in general, analytical, physical, organic, and inorganic chemistry. My graduate studies revolved specifically around analytical, physical, environmental, atmospheric and relevant organic chemistry.
17 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, geometry, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Kirk T. ...Most students breeze through the early material but then hit the wall when it comes to factoring. Unfortunately, factoring is the crucial skill that students must learn in algebra. The good news is that I have developed a proprietary system for factoring that will make factoring one of your favorite things to do.
6 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, algebra 2, precalculus
$57.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Bosko C. ...Numerical skills are the core of Pre-algebra problems. Basic arithmetic operations with fractions are good examples: 1/2+((2/3)/(3/4))-(4/5*5/6)=1/2+(2/3*4/3)-(4/5*5/6)=1/2+(2*4)/(3*3)-(4*5)/5*6)=1/2+8/9-20/30=1/2+8/9-2/3 Now, we have to find LCD (Least Common Denominator) for these three fracti...
16 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 2, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
San Marcos, CA

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