Chris B. - $50.00/hr - Tyler, TX - View Chris B. >>

...I ask questions to guide the student to bring what they know to bear on the problems at hand. I have a Master's in Mathematics from The University of North Texas and a Bachelor's in Mathematics with a minor in Physics from The University of Texas at Tyler. I have also been involved in Mathematics research at the University of Texas at Tyler. (read more)
**13 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Physics,
Geometry,
Algebra 1

Garnet H. - $50.00/hr - Tyler, TX - View Garnet H. >>

...It is therefore a subject in which I am very strong and very comfortable thanks to my extensive exposure to it. I cannot guarantee success, but many of my past students who have worked with me on a consistent basis (generally three weeks or more) have achieved surprisingly high scores in either ... (read more)
**33 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Chemistry,
Physics,
Statistics

Dante H. - $40.00/hr - Tyler, TX - View Dante H. >>

...I finished my senior studies with a theoretical model of a open thermodynamic system using an upper-level **calculus** technique - the Laplace Transform. I appreciate the beauty of **calculus** as it is a tool to describe the moving world around us quantitatively. Again, I emphasize a conceptual unders... (read more)
**16 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Physics,
Statistics,
Geometry

Bryan C. - $40.00/hr - Tyler, TX - View Bryan C. >>

...Academia is constantly changing the way that math problems are being solved. I stay abreast with the changes by constantly learning and increasing knowledge. The best thing I can do for my students is to give them the best comprehension of the material. (read more)
**20 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Statistics,
Geometry,
Algebra 1

Mason P. - $40.00/hr - Tyler, TX - View Mason P. >>

...I have played competitive sports since the age of eight and consider volleyball to be my second sport, ice hockey being the first. Although I consider my hockey skills to be better, there are many overlaps in the two positions that I play. An ice hockey goalie and a volleyball libero hold a similar stance and must have reactions fast enough to move to the location of the ball/puck. (read more)
**5 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Physics,
Astronomy,
Volleyball

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