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Gilmore C. ...My husband and I are very pleased. Thank you so much, we are very happy with her results." - Lisa D. (Parent) "Hi Gilmore, You tutored my son last summer for the ACT test...he will be going to USC in the fall and was awarded several 4-year scholarships there!- DS" (Parent) "Hi Gil! Just wanted to let you know I got my scores back.
29 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, calculus, physics
$150.00/hr
Costa Mesa, CA
David S. ...My name is David, and I hope to be the tutor you are looking for. I have over 5 years of tutoring experience in all math subjects, including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Probability and Statistics. I have also helped students out with their coursework in Physics and Finance.
14 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, physics, geometry
$60.00/hr
Long Beach, CA
Pauline W. ...Prior to that, I have tutored elementary level, high school level, and SAT/ACT/CAHSEE Mathematics with Sylvan and ClubZ. I love working with students, and helping them build confidence in mathematics with step-by-step explanations. I graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science from University of California, Irvine and worked 10 years as a computer programmer.
16 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$45.00/hr
Lakewood, CA
Vadim P. ...I engage my students by thinking about various ways and teaching ticks and approaches in order to start the problem. I have a vast experience in doing academic research having participated in projects at Loyola Marymount University and the University of Pennsylvania, so patience is something I have mastered in order to achieve wanted results. Give me a try and you will not regret it.
14 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, physics
$55.00/hr
Redondo Beach, CA
Jim D. ...They are not integers, they are not fractions (with repeating decimal expansions like 1/3), and they are not irrational numbers (like the square root of 2). It took the field of mathematics a long time to figure out that they are in a separate category of number that they named “transcendental” ...
7 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$35.00/hr
Pacific Palisades, CA

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