Return to the Purplemath home page The Purplemath Forums
Helping students gain understanding
and self-confidence in algebra

powered by FreeFind

Find a Lucas, TX Calculus Tutor

Subject: ZIP:
Kevin H. ...In my spare time, I enjoy many hobbies: playing guitar, rock climbing, gardening, reading, video games, and in general being outdoors with friends. I have been married almost 2 years to my beautiful wife Sarah, and we enjoy traveling across the US when we can. Thank you for your consideration thus far.
13 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, algebra 1, geometry
Mckinney, TX
Ian C. ...I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and have been helping people with Precalculus for 4 years. I have a bachelor's in Mathematics and made an A when I took Differential Equations. I have also been helping people with Differential Equations for over one year.
20 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, geometry
Dallas, TX
Dr. Michael O. ...BP Chemicals in Reading. Exxon Chemicals in Manchester. Jacobs Suchard in Interlaken.
25 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, ASVAB, GRE
Frisco, TX
Irving O. ...Nothing teaches you a subject better than using it every day. I have been successfully tutoring all AP Physics subjects for the last 5 years as well. Nothing will make a bigger difference in what your life will be like than your education, particularly in math and science.
5 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 2, precalculus
Plano, TX
Raphael D. ...I have tutored students from many grade levels - from grade school students with basic math to college students with chemistry and calculus. I only teach what I do or have done professionally - with a few exceptions for subjects I scored very well in at the high school or college level. I have all of my engineering books from college - they are a prominent portion of my personal library.
27 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, reading, writing
Allen, TX

  Copyright © 1999-2012  Elizabeth Stapel   |   About   |   Terms of Use   |   Privacy


 Feedback   |   Error?