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Nels B. ...My report on the challenges of crystalline fuel cell operation resulted in a redirection of thousands of research dollars away from such projects. I passed the military intelligence electronics specialist course quite quickly. I received a 3.7 or higher in my electrical engineering / electronic devices courses at Washington State University.
66 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, Spanish, English
$62.00/hr
Kirkland, WA
Bob L. I have 30+ years of college level teaching in math/statistics. For several years I was a graduate teaching assistant in the Center for Quantitative Science at the University of Washington in a variety of statistics classes with two years supervising the statistics lab. For the last two years I have taught on-line courses in math, statistics and economics.
2 Subjects: including statistics, probability
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Alina K. ...I strive to make mathematics come to life for my students, so they can see and understand not only how to solve one particular problem, but also how to see a much bigger picture for how math works in the world. Geometry was my favorite subject in school. I believe that I had one of the best math teachers a teen can ever have.
20 Subjects: including statistics, reading, GED, algebra 1
$40.00/hr
Seattle, WA
John N. ...I love to encourage my students, because I know it is not easy, but at the same time, anybody who is determined to make a change,and will make it no matter what! I love to work with those students who have lost hope in math, because I can give them hope! As long as they will be ready to go an extra mile to make a difference in math!
10 Subjects: including statistics, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$25.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Alex T. ...I have used this background as a research assistance at the financial firm Russell Investment Group. I have completed the first year econometric sequence for doctoral students at the University of Oregon. Subjects spanned probability and statistical theory, basic econometric models, and applications of those models to real world problems.
20 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
$45.00/hr
Seattle, WA

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