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David L. ...Exponentials and logarithms are important for analyzing cell populations. I also know how to teach combinatorics clearly. Traditionally, combinatorics are taught by repeating a long list of examples involving socks, keys on a keyring, etc.
19 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, biology, calculus
$85.00/hr
Bridgewater, NJ
Bob S. ...I have two years experience of tutoring algebra 2 honors. The key to success in math is practice , practice. I lay good foundation for SAT and ACT tests, by focusing on word problems.
17 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, geometry, biology
$80.00/hr
Neshanic Station, NJ
Lily U. ...My role can change to meet the requirements of the individual student. I have several students who are in the same subject in school, yet our sessions together are vastly different because my role in each of their lives is different. I have been an educator for over a decade, and I have been a private tutor for more than three years.
36 Subjects: including algebra 2, reading, English, statistics
$40.00/hr
Barto, PA
Ed I. ...I took my first Algebra class in middle school and have used it and taught its concepts for over 30 years in industry, finance, and academia. Algebra I and II are used every day in every level of Physics instruction. I usually have to teach 2-3 weeks of Algebra each year to get my students ready to learn physics.
8 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, physics, geometry
$75.00/hr
Washington, NJ
Gary P. ...I'm a working scientist, and former professor of physics. I currently teach physics as an Adjunct Professor. I've learned many things about teaching over the years.
14 Subjects: including algebra 2, physics, SAT math, trigonometry
$70.00/hr
Morrisville, PA

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