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Hongsun K. ...I have utilized C++ for object-oriented programming and data structures, Monte Carlo simulations, and other mathematical calculations. I am a current Actuarial Professional working in the insurance industry. I have taken the SOA exams for Associateship and also have completed the VEE credits for Corporate Finance, Economics, and Applied Statistics.
64 Subjects: including precalculus, Spanish, chemistry, geometry
$299.00/hr
New York, NY
Kenny C. ...I had two years' teaching experience for undergraduate mathematics courses, such as calculus and linear algebra, at a Top US university. I spent 4 hours lecturing and 2 hours for office hours per week for 2 years. In addition, I actively participated in the Math Olympics competition when I was in high school, which provided me lots of intuition when I think about math problems.
13 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, algebra 1, finance
$70.00/hr
Hoboken, NJ
Enoma O. ...As a debater in both middle and high school I enjoyed coaching my teammates in events such as Poetry, Prose, LD, CX, and PF. As a student I have always learned better by teaching others. Having struggled with Algebra in the past, I came to notice in calculus that I have a knack for explaining things differently, since I myself have to process things differently to remember them.
52 Subjects: including precalculus, English, Spanish, reading
$35.00/hr
New York, NY
Timothy C. ...It is important to realize that, for both memorization and understanding, information not learned well is easily forgotten. With this in mind, review of material as close as possible to test time is essential. However, early initial preparation is very important too, especially with more difficult subjects.
40 Subjects: including precalculus, English, reading, geometry
$39.00/hr
Woodside, NY
Hanns E. ...Algebra as the technique to manipulate formulas and solving for an unknown is the bread and butter of a mathematician. Generalization of the arithmetic operations (plus, minus, times, division, power, root) leads to the study of groups, rings, ideals, fields, and the relationships between them, ...
22 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, statistics, trigonometry
$60.00/hr
New York, NY

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