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Duncan H. ...I'm an undergraduate pure math student at UC Berkeley and am currently taking upper division math courses. I can cover SAT/ACT math, calculus (single and multivariable), all other forms of high school math, discrete math and linear algebra. I'm a highly successful student academically.
10 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, SAT math
Berkeley, CA
Michael D. ...I would be happy to help others learn and achieve in this most important branch of mathematics. I have used Computer Programming extensively for my work in physics, maths and biophysics, and have taught classes in selected areas. My experience includes a number of computer languages, as well as...
20 Subjects: including calculus, physics, computer programming, algebra 1
Redwood City, CA
Ed L. ...There are often multiple ways to solve a math problem. Learn good techniques mean to learn the best way to solve a problem which uses the least amount of time while having the lowest chance of making a careless mistake. Once you mastered the techniques, then it is practice, practice, practice.
16 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 2, trigonometry
San Mateo, CA
Emily L. I got my start teaching at Camp CuriOdyssey, a science summer camp in San Mateo, for six years and came to love teaching. My teaching style is question-based, because I want you to be teaching yourself as much as I teach you, to give you the tools to learn independently. I am qualified to tutor students of all ages, but I can be particularly helpful in AP test-taking for high school students.
13 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, geometry
Berkeley, CA
Rogelio B. I used to teach EE, Differential Eqn., Advanced Eng'g Math and some computer subjects in different colleges/universities in the Philippines. I am a licensed Electrical Engineer there. I also passed the Engineer-in-Training Exam (Fundamentals of Eng'g) of California with just one try, and without attending any review classes.
6 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, differential equations
South San Francisco, CA

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