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Mathew W. ...When I took my SAT, I got one question wrong on the entire math section and that question bothers me to this day. I've taught formal SAT prep math courses and tutored many students privately in SAT prep as well. I am extremely familiar with the SAT and PSAT math test, as I've seen, done and reviewed way more past and practice tests than I can remember.
19 Subjects: including precalculus, discrete math, linear algebra, finite math
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Greg K. ...In addition to teaching chemistry (at any level!), I teach physics, math, and computer programming. I can also offer general education advice (free of charge) based on my own supervising experience. I speak Russian and some Hebrew and would be happy to help students willing to communicate in those languages.
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, chemistry
$45.00/hr
Spring Valley, CA
Eric A. ...My name is Eric, and I hold a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Cognitive Science from the University of California - San Diego. I began tutoring math in high school, volunteering to assist an Algebra 1 class for 4 hours per week. Today I have hundreds of hours of experience, with the majority in Algebra and Statistics, and I would be comfortable well into college math.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Greg M. ...I have a BA in mathematics from Oberlin College and a PhD in physics from the Catholic University of America. I am also an Adjunct Professor of Physics at National University. I am exceptionally well qualified to tutor high school science, including test preparation.
24 Subjects: including calculus, discrete math, GRE, SPSS
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Bosko C. ...So, in this case: a^3=64; a=4 cm. Since sphere is inscribed in cube, that means that diameter of the sphere is equal to edge of the cube, D=2*r=a. So, radius of the sphere is r=a/2=4/2; r=2.
15 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
$50.00/hr
San Marcos, CA

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