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Isaak B. ...Exponents, logarithms and roots come up all the time because many relationships between important factors in a design or description of a natural principle can only be treated as if they were linear, or that is, adequately described using straight lines, to the roughest of approximations. Not ha...
32 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, English
Gibsonia, PA
Michael G. ...It is a very important class because many circuits can be solved using first and second-order differential equations. Spring-Mass equations, which are mainly found in physics, can be solved using D.E. techniques as well. I received an A in this class.
22 Subjects: including statistics, reading, elementary math, algebra 1
Monroeville, PA
Natalie A. ...I can't wait to start tutoring and to meet you! Contact me and I guarantee your math grade and confidence will improve!I taught Algebra I to 9 - 10 graders for 4 years. I currently tutor Algebra I and teach a remedial college class that covers Algebra I topics.
11 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, algebra 2, algebra 1
Pittsburgh, PA
Brian D. My passion for learning at a fundamental level has given me the ability to convey information in an easily accessible form. I am able to help students think through problems and quickly understand concepts without memorization. This allows the student to continue learning without additional assistance.
12 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, algebra 2, geometry
Pittsburgh, PA
Benjamin H. ...The central dogma of molecular biology (an unfortunate misnomer we can thank Francis Crick for) is that heritable information is coded into DNA, functions by being transferred to RNA, and finally to proteins. The field of genetics seeks to understand the the mechanisms by which this information ...
16 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, biology
Pittsburgh, PA

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