Richard S. - $50.00/hr - Whitesboro, NY - View Richard S. >>

...I have helped many of my college classmates through basic math calculations and worked with my kids and close family members too. I feel math is extremely important to know. Many people now rely on computers and calculators to do all the work and forget how to add, subtract, multiple, divide by themselves. (read more)
**20 Subjects: **
including
Prealgebra,
English,
Algebra 2,
GRE

Dana T. - $40.00/hr - Marcy, NY - View Dana T. >>

...I tutor college students in a variety of mathematics courses including Calculus 1 and 2, Differential Equations, Statistics, College Algebra and Trigonometry. I also provide tutoring for students taking Chemistry courses and non calculus based physics. For the 2014-2015 school year, I worked as... (read more)
**16 Subjects: **
including
Prealgebra,
Chemistry,
Calculus,
Physics

Darrell M. - $50.00/hr - New Hartford, NY - View Darrell M. >>

...The math involved with a physics degree includes intensive use of derivatives, chain rule, concepts from Calc I (High School - Calc AB), single and double integration, substitution, partial fractions, taylor series, concepts from Calc II (High School - Calc BC), Triple integration, partial deriva... (read more)
**14 Subjects: **
including
Prealgebra,
Physics,
Calculus,
Trigonometry

Andrew K. - $40.00/hr - Baldwinsville, NY - View Andrew K. >>

...I have tutored many students, especially in NY high school Regents math and science courses, as well as college calculus and calculus-based physics, and I truly enjoy sharing my methods of understanding these subjects with others. I will happily provide recommendations from my former students up... (read more)
**27 Subjects: **
including
Prealgebra,
Calculus,
Geometry,
ASVAB

Robert W. - $70.00/hr - Hannibal, NY - View Robert W. >>

...Let R = {(m, n): m, n ? A}. Therefore, by definition of inverse relation, R-1 = {(n, m): m, n ? A}. Let (m, n) ? (R n R-1). By definition of intersection, (m, n) ? R and (m, n) ? R-1. Because (m, n) ? R-1, (n, m) ? R. Therefore, (m, n) ? R and (n, m) ? R. (read more)
**18 Subjects: **
including
Prealgebra,
Calculus,
Geometry,
Statistics

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