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Matt L. ...When I teach the subject, I emphasize connections between theory and computation, a link which too many courses obscure, tending as they do to focus on one to the exclusion of the other. Engineers need to know enough of the theory of linear algebra to understand its broad range of applications, ...
47 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, chemistry
$300.00/hr
Boston, MA
Monika W. ...I can help the student add and format graphics, photos, text, audio, and animations to their slide presentations. I can also guide the student as to optimal slide design, optimal slide deck organization, and the optimal use of text on slides. I am published as a scientific and creative writer several times over.
18 Subjects: including statistics, English, writing, GRE
$99.00/hr
Boston, MA
Michael G. ...I am comfortable with Standard, Honors, and AP curricula. In addition to private tutoring, I have taught summer courses, provided tutoring in Pilot schools, assisted in classrooms, and run test preparation classes (MCAS and SAT). Students tell me I'm awesome; parents tell me that I am easy to work with. My style is easy-going; my expectations are realistic; my results are always valued.
8 Subjects: including statistics, geometry, algebra 1, SAT math
$75.00/hr
Jamaica Plain, MA
Colleen C. ...As a professional elementary school teacher and substitute teacher, I have over ten years of professional experience with students from diverse populations of all cultures and economic levels. I have a B.S. in Liberal Studies with Business Management, Computer Science, and Philosophy concentrations. I also have an A.S. in Computer Information Systems from Holyoke Community College.
30 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, writing
$45.00/hr
Winchester, MA
Mark V. ...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. I've used tables to show the relation between numbers of sides to the sum of interior and exterior angles.
13 Subjects: including statistics, physics, ASVAB, algebra 1
$40.00/hr
Tyngsboro, MA

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