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Fanit K. ...I have extensive experience working for several companies for more than 10 years as a computer programmer in Java and C#. As part of my Master's I had to take Programming Languages, Algorithms, Compilers, Java Programming Language, Object Oriented Programming and many other courses. I have been ...
18 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, geometry, GRE
$85.00/hr
Livingston, NJ
John M. ...My teaching approach is to focus on specific practical problems to improve familiarity with the language, and then to introduce principles underlying more complex operations. I can also teach non-relational and especially graph databases. I have an academic grounding in microeconomic theory, game theory, economic systems, and the relevant mathematics.
62 Subjects: including calculus, reading, English, chemistry
$240.00/hr
New York, NY
Joseph E. ...As a student I have spent my summers working in Chemistry and Geochemistry labs. I am currently in the process of applying to PhD programs in Geochemistry. I have Bachelors degree in Geology from Macalester College in Geology.
13 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, precalculus, SAT math
$50.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY
Natalie V. ...I graduated from a NYC specialized high school and I am currently studying at New York University, majoring in Mathematics Secondary Education. I have been a math tutor for the last 5 years, and have grown to work quickly and effectively on any mathematics subject. I am exceptionally patient and understanding of all students needs.
19 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, biology, algebra 1
$135.00/hr
New York, NY
Thomas H. ...I wrote (a + b)(a + b)(a + b)(a + b)(a + b). I reasoned that when you expand that expression you end up with a bunch of terms like aaaaa, aaaab, aaaba, aaabb, aabaa, aabab, aabba, aabbb etc. Each of these can be written as one of these: a^5, a^4b, a^3b^2, a^2b^3, ab^4, b^5. The question was: what is the coefficient in front of each of these terms?
14 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, precalculus
$30.00/hr
New Brunswick, NJ

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