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Chacha D. ...I also know Differential Equations. As a mechanical engineer, I'm also very comfortable with any physics a student might encounter elementary through high school including first year Mechanics here at MIT (rotating reference frames get a little confusing, but they're fun!). Likewise, as an engi...
25 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, geometry
Cambridge, MA
Jason D. ...I obtained a BS in Physics in 1994 from MCLA and helped pay my way through college tutoring some physics and astronomy, but mostly mathematics. Now that I am back in school to obtain my master's, I am back to tutoring students. I would like to work with you to obtain your goals and help achieve a concrete understanding of the concepts you need help with.
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, precalculus, trigonometry, differential equations
Reading, MA
Steve E. ...I am the father of 3 teens, and have been a soccer coach, youth group leader, and scouting leader. I am also an engineering and business professional with BS and MS degrees. I tutor Algebra, Geometry, Pre-calculus, Algebra 2, Analysis, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Physics.
15 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
Acton, MA
Dominic S. ...Joseph's University with a degree in Mathematics. As a member of the University's tutoring program, I gained experience in tutoring elementary math, pre-algebra, and algebra. I really enjoy sharing what I've learned to help students overcome challenges and ultimately exceed their own expectations.
9 Subjects: including discrete math, linear algebra, logic, algebra 1
Somerville, MA
Christopher B. ...If you are looking for an individual that enjoys the teaching process and assisting others in getting to that A-HA moment than look no further. Sometimes one just simply needs to look/think outside of the box. By this I mean that the methods of doing the math/statistics problems don't change, you just need to learn them in an approach that interests/makes sense to you.
13 Subjects: including algebra 2, writing, SAT math, ACT Math
Boston, MA

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