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Amina M. I have over 20 years of experience of teaching various Math subjects including Algebra I, Algebra II, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus and Statistics at high schools all over the world. I also work as an adjunct professor at a college teaching various Business courses including Macroeconomics, Process Improvement Development, etc. I teach Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University.
11 Subjects: including prealgebra, ADD/ADHD, algebra 1, algebra 2
$50.00/hr
Elkton, MD
Doris H. ...I learned the finance world from the ground up and am capable of approaching learning in a variety of ways to find one that best helps the student. Not everyone learns the same way. I am also aware that sometimes, children also learn better from anyone who is simply not their own parent.
26 Subjects: including algebra 1, study skills, elementary math, world history
$50.00/hr
Glenmoore, PA
Shane H. ...I am currently a statistician for the US Army Public Health Command where I server as a statistician consultant to a variety of engineers and research scientists (e.g. Toxicologists, Epidemiologists, Environmental Engineers, Health Promotion Officers, Occupational Docs). I truly do enjoy my job...
6 Subjects: including SAT math, basketball, SPSS, GRE
$45.00/hr
Oxford, PA
Larry G. ...General subject matter covered: Addition/Subtraction, Multiplication/Division; Factoring and Lowest Common Denominator; Fraction Notation; Decimal Notation; Percent Notation; Exponential Notation and Order of Operations; Geometry; Word Problems. I currently teach Physical Science 307 at Wilmington University. The text I use is Physics and Chemistry, 9th Edition, Bill Tillery.
7 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, geometry
$45.00/hr
Newark, DE
Allen B. ...There’s no charge, no credit card request, just put in your name and question and I’ll respond.The traditional first stumbling block in Algebra I is the concept of a “variable”, or representing numbers with symbols such a letters. The next hurdle is typically signed numbers, symbolic operations on variables, and equations. These require extensive interactive examples and discussion.
4 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, precalculus
$50.00/hr
Woodstown, NJ

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