Kim C. - $60.00/hr - Tully, NY - View Kim C. >>

...I help students learn how to visualize the material for themselves and solve genetics problems, by engaging each student in describing, with as much detail as possible, what he/she can understand. Then, I fill in the blanks. I have taught small-group Regents review courses in biology and chemistry, as well as small group AP review courses in both subjects. (read more)
**22 Subjects: **
including
Prealgebra,
Chemistry,
Physics,
Geometry

Maura O. - $55.00/hr - Freeville, NY - View Maura O. >>

...I look forward to hearing from you!I have one year of experience tutoring middle school students in algebra and geometry and I currently teach a middle school level science class for homeschooled students in the local area. I was also the lead instructor for the laboratory section in an undergra... (read more)
**21 Subjects: **
including
Prealgebra,
Physics,
Calculus,
Geometry

Dana G. - $25.00/hr - Syracuse, NY - View Dana G. >>

...Please do not contact me for requests to help on exams, quizzes, or any material you are not allowed to receive assistance on in your course. If you need help in math and/or science and desire to understand the material well, get in touch! Tutor for Cornell University Department of Mathematics for three academic years. (read more)
**25 Subjects: **
including
Prealgebra,
Chemistry,
Physics,
Calculus

Mike S. - $45.00/hr - Oneida, NY - View Mike S. >>

...This is especially true in Mathematics. I have education in discrete mathematics and formal logic. I also have extensive experience implementing discrete mathematical concepts in a professional setting. (read more)
**33 Subjects: **
including
Prealgebra,
Reading,
Calculus,
Writing

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

...Suppose R n R-1 ? {(a, a): a ? A}. Let R = {(x, y): x, y ? A}. By definition of inverse relation, R-1 = {(y, x): x, y ? A}. By definition of subset, if (x, y) ? R n R-1, (x, y) ? {(a, a): a ? A}. Hence, x = y, and so (x, y) ? R implies (y, x) ? R. Since x = y, ? (xRy ? yRx), x = y. Thus, by definition of antisymmetric, R on A is antisymmetric. (read more)
**18 Subjects: **
including
Prealgebra,
Calculus,
Geometry,
Statistics

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