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Phil P. ...As a computer science major from Cornell University, Engineering, I took several courses in MATLAB, including programming courses as well as numerical analysis courses. I specialize in creating high performance algorithms in ultra high frequency trading, where core numerical routines are used, mostly involving MATLAB. I also got an offer to work at Mathworks, the company who created MATLAB.
17 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, finance, economics
$99.00/hr
Boston, MA
Blythe C. I completed my Master of Arts in Teaching degree in Mathematics Education from Boston University in 2010. I have Massachusetts licensure to teach middle and high school mathematics, and I am currently employed teaching Geometry, and Precalculus on the North Shore. I've been tutoring and teaching (...
29 Subjects: including statistics, Spanish, GRE, trigonometry
$75.00/hr
Boston, MA
Robert Z. ...With less than a minute per question, students who are not rapid readers need a solid strategy for efficient use of their time. My instruction for this portion of the test emphasizes how to identify the critical words, and then how to go back and forth from the questions to the passage to focus ...
31 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, calculus
$70.00/hr
Andover, MA
Anton K. ...I also have studied for the Regents myself, so I have a sense for the questions. I have a PhD in physics, have worked as a post-doc in Biology and was a mathematics olympiad regional winner in high school. In addition, I tutor and have tutored in mathematics from elementary school to high school and throughout college.
48 Subjects: including statistics, reading, chemistry, writing
$130.00/hr
Belmont, MA
Peter L. ...Years ago, I asked Tim O'Reilly, the publisher of the O'Reilly books on new technology, what he thought was the best way to communicate technical information. "Easy," he said. "Wait for someone to ask a question. Then answer it." I did a double-take. Did the famous publisher of technical books just tell me that best way to transmit technical information is ORALLY?
27 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, algebra 1
$75.00/hr
Cambridge, MA

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