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Peter N. ...I enjoyed this experience very much, not just because I was working in the subject I love, but also because this age group has strong enthusiasm for life. After teaching, my next job was as a cryptographic mathematician at the National Security Agency. NSA has the best mathematicians in the United States if not the world.
7 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Sudbury, MA
Timothy K. ...He has consulted with Startup teams on how to accelerate their learning, creativity, and growth.I have taken advanced math classes in high school and college and scored near perfect on the SAT Math. I have given speeches at Harvard University and Tufts University on a variety of subjects and at conferences. I have organized conferences.
13 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Lexington, MA
Cathryn C. ...I have also tutored physics 1 and 2 and other electrical engineering classes like electromagnetics, signals and systems, and circuit analysis. I have also privately tutored an individual taking a pre-algebra and algebra in online classes. I have a wide knowledge in math from basic skills in ratios, percents, and fractions to complex calculus and differential equations at the college level.
5 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra
Allston, MA
Andrew F. ...Even if you aren't shooting for 800, the SAT math exam is definitely one where you can markedly improve your score with even just a limited amount of studying and practice. Fortunately, the SAT math exam covers a specific, well-defined set of topics, and tends to ask the same types of questions ...
38 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, elementary math, ACT Math
Newton, MA
Christopher J. ...Because our previous experiences have often been centered around and focused on ourselves, we try to understand physical events with the same point of view. However, in order to see the interconnectedness of physics, we need to divorce our point of view from ourselves, and look at physical events from an external point of view. This can be very difficult for some students.
34 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, statistics
Natick, MA

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