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Riesha F. ...I majored in math at East West University. I also attended North Park University where I tutored in college math. Considering this information I believe I am well qualified to tutor in prealgebra and I'm sure I will be a big help.
10 Subjects: including trigonometry, English, Microsoft Word, grammar
$40.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Ronald B. ...Differential Equations involves rates of change such as velocity and acceleration. The derivative of x with respect to t, denoted by dx/dt, is the rate of change of distance x with respect to time t. I am familiar with all of the methods, techniques and algorithms associated with the solution of ordinary and partial differential equations.
10 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, physics, algebra 1
$40.00/hr
Chicago, IL
William A. ...Many students with bachelor degrees (some with PhDs) have taken my courses. I have tutored many students, including graduate students, in this subject matter. I have earned credit for more than twenty courses in probability and statistics, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
11 Subjects: including trigonometry, statistics, algebra 1, finance
$32.00/hr
Wheaton, IL
Micheal B. Hello! Thanks for looking! My name is Mike and I am currently a full-time math and science educator in Chicago.
15 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, physics, geometry
$40.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Tina T. ...Hence, I feel very confident when it comes to tutoring. I have dealt with many students' different personalities before; thus, my tolerance level is very durable. All the reasons and experiences above make me believe that I am a good candidate as a tutor.
21 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, ESL/ESOL
$40.00/hr
Chicago, IL

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