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John P. ...Prior to that, I taught my robotics teams to create 3D-animations for competitions using Maya and 3D-Studio Max. I'm also proficient with GNU 3D programs such as Blender. I've been teaching math including linear algebra for 10 years.
86 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, calculus
$150.00/hr
Fort Lee, NJ
Edward B. ...Most of out work is performed using the R programming language. I have also been teaching statistics and regression in many other applications for several years. These include Psychology, Nursing, Marketing Management, Actuarial Science, MBA, Economics and Econometrics to name just a few.
56 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, writing
$200.00/hr
New York, NY
Yzette L. Hello! I am a professor at a prestigious NY university. However, in my spare time I enjoy tutoring to help students achieve their educational goals.
8 Subjects: including statistics, reading, grammar, vocabulary
$75.00/hr
New York, NY
Yun Rui C. ...I tutored mathematics to undergraduate disabled students. In contrast to classroom teaching, I can pay personal attention to students during tutoring. And because of the allowance of time, I can try different ways of explanation until students' problems are solved.
12 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, Chinese
$50.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY
Spencer L. ...I earned an 800 on the Math 2 SAT Subject test, and have since completed numerous math and probability courses at the University of Pennsylvania. I pride myself on being able to break up difficult problems into understandable components, and then using those components to build up to the solutio...
11 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, biology, algebra 2
$49.00/hr
Livingston, NJ

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