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Zack N. ...Geometry is one of the oldest branches of mathematics, and consequently it has so much to offer. A majority of the concepts that are covered in geometry classes come up later on (e.g. integrals in calculus), so it's of the upmost importance to have a solid understanding of its ideas and concepts...
15 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$45.00/hr
Englewood, CO
Joseph P. ...What does this mean...it means that I can help YOU understand math and science! I have a strong background in physics, chemistry, and many other physical sciences. I also have a strong background in mathematics, having completed several levels of advanced calculus.
9 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, algebra 1
$60.00/hr
Denver, CO
Robinson P. ...Coursework and independent studies in the philosophy of language and mathematics made heavy use of symbolic logic, evinced by authors such as H.P. Grice and W.V. Quine.
17 Subjects: including calculus, writing, geometry, GRE
$40.00/hr
Littleton, CO
Ambarish N. I am passionate about teaching Maths and solving Math problems. I have a PhD from the University of Chicago. I had been a teaching assistant for the undergraduate General Chemistry 101 at the University of Chicago.
22 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, SAT math, statistics
$30.00/hr
Littleton, CO
Beverly L. ...I have experience in technical writing and presenting for both chemistry and economics and will happily work with you if you need help putting a paper or a presentation together. My experience in tutoring includes being a tutor for the Science Department at Claremont McKenna College for 2 years ...
16 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, English, reading
$40.00/hr
Denver, CO

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