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MOHAN K. ...The teacher must have enough gunpowder in his armoury so as to satisfy the hunger of outstanding students. Mathematics is the mother of all sciences. A teacher of mathematics is a seller of mathematics.
14 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$40.00/hr
Tinley Park, IL
Elizabeth F. ...During my two and half years of teaching high school math, I have had the opportunity to teach various levels of Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. I have a teaching certificate in mathematics issued by the South Carolina Department of Education. During my two and a half years of teaching high school, I have taught various levels of Algebra 1 and Algebra 2.
12 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$60.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Kishan P. ...I have interned with a physics professor at NIU along with completed a research study with a Biomedical Professor Martin Kocanda. If you are struggling in Math and Science or any other subjects do not worry I am your guy!The last four kids that I tutored in Algebra 1 received a B or above as a f...
26 Subjects: including calculus, reading, algebra 1, chemistry
$100.00/hr
Naperville, IL
Jacob B. ...During my masters degree I was a TA for the intro to computer science course. For three semesters I taught C++ and Matlab to freshmen and sophomore mechanical engineering students. I have used Matlab extensively in all of my undergrad and master's coursework.
17 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, GRE
$75.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Jordan V. ...Years of tutoring calculus sharpened my sense for how people learn math and science. I discovered the ability to connect any type of inquiring mind with abstract concepts by using concrete examples. Consider the operation d/dx( f(x) ). It is difficult to know what these symbols are implying unless you might see that d/dx( x^2) = 2x, d/dx( x^3) = 3x^2, d/dx( x^4) = 4x^3, d/dx( x^5) = 5x^4.
7 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, algebra 1
$55.00/hr
Chicago, IL

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