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Stan L. ...I often find, when working with my students, that an important component of the tutoring is attention to these skills in addition to the specific subject areas for which tutoring had been requested. I have a BA in mathematics from UCLA, where linear algebra (matrices, vector analysis, etc.) were...
20 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, statistics, trigonometry
Novato, CA
Dana S. ...My main interest, as you may have guessed, is microbiology -- but I have a broad background in basic biological sciences. I took the IB Biology exam in high school, and completed many biology courses as an undergraduate student at UC Davis. I am able to tutor elementary school students in most ...
11 Subjects: including algebra 1, biology, precalculus, elementary math
Vacaville, CA
MICHAEL S. ...Nerdy aside: what piqued my interest in this subject was when I was awestruck to find out that y = x^2 and y = 2x were related. How could a parabola and straight line be possibly related? Answer: Calculus!
34 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, calculus, physics
Fairfield, CA
Tim N. ...The concepts behind Calculus are actually simple and few in number. But they are often introduced in ways that seem complex and confusing. I will help explain the concepts and terms in simple English and with everyday examples.
23 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, statistics, geometry
Sonoma, CA
Michael L. ...At the end, the student sees all of algebra as essentially an expression of these first few ideas. I find this approach makes learning much much easier, much much faster, much easier to retain. I have a Masters in Mathematics.
6 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, precalculus, SAT math
Penngrove, CA

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