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Mathew W. ...We live in a world of rapidly changing patterns, trends, statistics and data and we have more of it thrown at us every day. Watch the news, check out what is trending online or look at a billboard. Everywhere we look someone is trying to convince us of something and they are all using numbers to make their point.
19 Subjects: including precalculus, discrete math, linear algebra, finite math
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Morgan K. ...While at Harvard, I played Varsity Soccer and was on the Varsity Crew team. Since graduating from Harvard, I have completed my Master's of Public Health at the USC Keck School of Medicine, concentrating in Biostatistics and Epidemiology. I am currently a medical student and am available only fo...
28 Subjects: including precalculus, ACT Math, SAT math, algebra 1
$100.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Jacob B. ...I know multiple ways of teaching the same material, and can adapt to your leaning style. If you're having trouble learning the material one way, I can find a way that works better for you. I have a Bachelor's in Cognitive Science from UCSD, with a specialty in Computation, and a minor in Math.
23 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, logic
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Eric A. ...I began tutoring math in high school, volunteering to assist an Algebra 1 class for 4 hours per week. Today I have hundreds of hours of experience, with the majority in Algebra and Statistics, and I would be comfortable well into college math. During the learning process, small knowledge gaps from past courses tend to reappear as roadblocks down the line.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Stephen B. ...It was tense." Favorite math fact: You can create irrational numbers out of real-world measurements. For example, you can make the square root of 2 by drawing the diagonal of a square. Or, you can derive pie by dividing the circumference of a circle by its diameter.
22 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, ACT Math, probability
$60.00/hr
San Diego, CA

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