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Leon Z. ...In one of the most prestigious tutoring companies in the bay area, I professionally tutored high school students in physics, calculus, precalculus, algebra, trigonometry, AP test prep, and SAT Subject test prep, with my students routinely reporting great improvements in both their understanding a...
9 Subjects: including trigonometry, physics, calculus, geometry
$180.00/hr
Stanford, CA
Ken S. I've been teaching or tutoring for over twenty years in some form or another. For me the reward from tutoring is when I see that a student has caught onto an idea, when the light bulb goes on. In my career I've not only studied physics, mathematics and statistics, but applied them as well as time management and study skills.
9 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, statistics, physics
$50.00/hr
Castro Valley, CA
Caius L. ...The challenge of this course lies in the fact that it covers many topics that aren't quite as closely related as those in trigonometry or geometry for instance. Teachers kind of throw in a whole bunch of things that need to get covered before taking calculus, and it all may seem slightly disconn...
8 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, algebra 2
$50.00/hr
Berkeley, CA
Jeffrey M. ...There is frequent confusion between a function and its derivative function, and this confusion can be remedied only by lots of practice with graphs. Calculus classes now include some physics, particularly the physics of trajectories. As a physicist, I am especially well prepared to help students with such physics-based problems.
17 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, physics, geometry
$79.00/hr
San Mateo, CA
Khoa N. ...Do we know sin^2(x) + cos^2(x) = 1? It is too basic to apply directly to the problem. Then we need to know how to change or convert the basic formulas to something like cos2x = 2cos^2(x) - 1 or 2cos^2(x) = cos(2x) + 1.
13 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
$70.00/hr
Walnut Creek, CA

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