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SS R. ...I have my MS in Physics. I can help you for your calculus and non-calculus courses. I taught undergrads at the college and university level and tutored many students from UWM, MSOE, MU, Carroll U in Milwaukee area.
7 Subjects: including precalculus, physics, trigonometry, calculus
$25.00/hr
Milwaukee, WI
Tyler L. ...Designing the parts included performing hand calculations and verifying using finite element analysis. The manufacturing processes used to make the part played a large role in how the part was drawn using the ASME Y14.5 2009 drafting standard. I started working at Briggs and Stratton in August of 2016.
5 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
$30.00/hr
Milwaukee, WI
Benjamin J. L. ...As a personable, empathetic, and patient tutor, my ultimate goal is to have you loving and understanding the subjects which we will discuss. To hold a firm grasp of modern economics, one must also firmly understand mathematical concepts. I have taken many calculus, statistics, econometrics, and mathematical theory courses and feel prepared to discuss most mathematical concepts with you.
14 Subjects: including precalculus, English, reading, writing
$50.00/hr
Northbrook, IL
Alejandro Z. ...If you have the drive to learn and need someone with experience to guide you as you go along, I'm your guy! I love teaching and helping students really get to understand what they're learning and why and how things work. Whether you need to cover material for a class or just because you want to...
24 Subjects: including precalculus, Spanish, calculus, biology
$40.00/hr
Gurnee, IL
Robert L. ...Multiplying fractions does not, and dividing by a fraction is just multiplying by the reciprocal. 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.
26 Subjects: including precalculus, physics, calculus, algebra 1
$85.00/hr
Glencoe, IL

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