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Stephen L. I have a PhD in mathematics from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) with a GPA of 4.0/4.0. The course work included all aspects of discrete mathematics including multiple courses in combinatorics, graph theory and related subjects which comprise discrete math. I have lectured finite math at UIC, which includes a number of discrete math topics including introductory combinatorics.
20 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, GRE
$50.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Fatina A. ...Since 7 years old, I learned to read & write Arabic from weekend school that taught the Arabic language. I took more advanced Arabic courses (Arabic 1 & 2) at a community college. I have materials and other Arabic language resources so I can assist students with beginner's level Arabic and/ or advanced: reading & conversational.
65 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, English, Spanish
$60.00/hr
Justice, IL
Cliff C. ...I explain accounting in a unique, easy-to-remember way that makes all transactions understandable (debits/credits). I've experience working with people from basic financial accounting 101 through complicated IFRS/GAAP merger and acquisition analysis. I can cover any accounting material except tax. I do not tutor for the CPA exam, only for college-level coursework and the CFA exam.
6 Subjects: including statistics, accounting, finance, Microsoft Excel
$90.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Ben H. ...I don't pretend that I would be able to make everyone feel the same way, but I can at least help people feel less intimidated or baffled by Excel. I am familiar with complex formulas, graph-making, formatting, and filtering. My approach to teaching someone to use any technology is to develop not only routine skills, but also capacity to learn new features.
50 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, reading, physics
$45.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Larry M. ...Sometimes we rely on "empirical" probabilities as when we estimate which route to work in the morning will most likely be the fastest. Other times we have to resort to "subjective" probabilities when we make picks for a World Series or Super Bowl. With the proper approach probability is actually overly difficult.
18 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, physics
$50.00/hr
Lombard, IL

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