Timothy C. - $60.00/hr - Chicago, IL - View Timothy C. >>

...I like to think of myself as a gracious and understanding person. Please reach out to me if you have any questions about anything I can help you with.I have tutored students with their algebra coursework for over a year in a high school setting. Have also studied advanced algebra at the University of Michigan for Mathematics minor. (read more)
**8 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Geometry,
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2

Alexis P. - $45.00/hr - Chicago, IL - View Alexis P. >>

...I’ve also completed graduate physics coursework at Florida International University and served as one of three instructors for a mechanics course where I implemented research-based curriculum in which students learn physics by doing activities that are very similar to the work actual physicists d... (read more)
**5 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Chemistry,
Physics,
Algebra 2

Bijan Z. - $50.00/hr - Mount Prospect, IL - View Bijan Z. >>

...Currently, I am teaching various mathematics courses, i.e., Calculus I and II, Business Calculus I and II, Pre Calculus, College Algebra, Quantitative Literacy, Intermediate and Beginning Algebra as an adjunct faculty at different colleges. I have a passion for math and enjoy teaching and tutori... (read more)
**5 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Algebra 2,
Trigonometry,
Precalculus

Dani D. - $50.00/hr - Mount Prospect, IL - View Dani D. >>

Hello, my name is Dani and I'm a college senior majoring in Math & Economics. My interests are in: Investing/Economics, Human Capabilities, Stand-Up/Podcasts, Basketball, Philosophy, and Art. I'm highly analytical and abstract minded with experience analyzing data and the underlying mathematical/economic processes. (read more)
**9 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2,
Trigonometry

Robert L. - $45.00/hr - Glencoe, IL - View Robert L. >>

...Multiplying fractions does not, and dividing by a fraction is just multiplying by the reciprocal. One topic covered in pre-**calculus** is the polar coordinate system. Using the definition of sine and cosine you can express the rectangular coordinates x and y as rcos(theta) and rsin(theta). Then, using the tangent and Pythagorean theorem, you can write polar coordinates in terms of rectangular. (read more)
**25 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Physics,
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2

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