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Chris D. ...When teaching Pre-calculus I focus on helping students to make the connections between the graphical, table and equation forms of the functions we work with. The SAT is a test that with some simple techniques and practice of specific aspects of high school math content students can improve their...
23 Subjects: including statistics, physics, calculus, geometry
$90.00/hr
Wakefield, MA
Anton K. ...I've been tutoring in linear algebra and recently helped a student at Columbia learn this subject. As a tutor, I've taught math topics such as differential equations, algebra, calculus, vector calculus, precalculus, trigonometry, probability, and statistics. I've had some excellent results with my tutoring.
47 Subjects: including statistics, reading, calculus, chemistry
$120.00/hr
Belmont, MA
Paul L. ...These skills were foundational to my biostatistics and mathematics degrees. While the rote memorization required for trigonometry can be tedious, the time investment pays rich dividends in time saved on later efforts in math and science. I have tutored precalculus on its own, as well as using precalculus techniques to teach many more advanced subjects.
22 Subjects: including statistics, Spanish, calculus, physics
$65.00/hr
Boston, MA
Neha S. ...In an individual setting, I assist with personal growth and readiness in a subject area. In a group setting, I encourage a collaborative environment where everyone's skills are valued and utilized to their true level. In both settings, my goal is to help students improve not only their grades but also their motivation and overall appreciation of their own abilities and qualities.
30 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, English, writing
$42.00/hr
Waltham, MA
Mark V. ...I've used excel to model the solids to derive their volume. I also used excel to show that the area and parameter of a regular polygon approaches the area and circumference of a circle as n (number of sides) approaches infinity. I've built on these results to show that the volume of a pyramid approaches a cone as n approaches infinity.
13 Subjects: including statistics, physics, ASVAB, algebra 1
$40.00/hr
Tyngsboro, MA

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