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Rachel J. ...Each section had over 20 students. I've tutored students in Calculus III and have been very successful. It's not an easy subject for a lot of people and my goal when working with a student is to make the topics as simple as possible.
14 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, algebra 1, algebra 2
$60.00/hr
North Hollywood, CA
Babak T. Math can be fun! That is how I approach tutoring. I graduated from California State University Northridge (CSUN) with a BS degree in electrical engineering.
9 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, trigonometry
$40.00/hr
Reseda, CA
Andy Y. My name is Andy, and I love math. I hold a BS and MS from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In high school, I competed in various prestigious math and science competitions. I have gotten 800s in SAT math I and II.
11 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$70.00/hr
West Hills, CA
Anna M. ...Geometry: 23 questions on coordinate geometry, lines, parabolas, graphical equations, slopes, midpoints, etc., and planar geometry- properties of shapes like circles, triangles and quadrilaterals. Trigonometry: just 4 questions on triangles and trigonometric functions (sine, cosine). What engend...
18 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, statistics
$50.00/hr
Thousand Oaks, CA
David R. ...The easiest way to learn is to understand a few basic principles, and how to reason from them to solve a wide variety of problems. Homework is more fun when it can be done more quickly. Test performance is greatly improved, because, knowing the basic principles, the student can deal with whatever the teacher asks.
14 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, geometry, algebra 1
$55.00/hr
Calabasas, CA

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