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Bicentennial, CA Trigonometry Tutors

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Eugene V.
...Additionally, physics is often referred to as the science of linear algebra and consequently I've picked up a lot of the more complex methods from studying operators in graduate quantum mechanics courses. I have done three years of physics research, all of which was in MATLAB. I've simulated sy...
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26 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, physics
Eugene V.
$50.00/hr
Pasadena, CA
Akil Y.
...With elementary school, middle school, and sometimes high school students, I like to use games and puzzles every now and then. It helps me determine what learning style the student is comfortable with, and it can also help students solve problems from multiple perspectives, and it can just be a ...
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10 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, Spanish, algebra 1
Akil Y.
$40.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Raffi H.
...During the 2009-2010 school year, my 11 AP Chemistry students had a 100% pass rate with the following score distribution: Seven of them scored a 5, three scored a 4, and one scored a 3. The high scores are greater than three times the national average. What makes this even more impressive is th...
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20 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, calculus, reading
Raffi H.
$40.00/hr
Glendale, CA
Jim D.
...My goal as a tutor is to help the student learn the requisite mathematics of course, but also to give the student a feel for the context in which that mathematics is embedded. I was asked once what is so amazing about the equation that e to the power i times pi is equal to -1. Here is what I responded: Pi and e are quantities/ideas that exist, that are in the ether.
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7 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, algebra 2, algebra 1
Jim D.
$35.00/hr
Pacific Palisades, CA
Perry L.
My name is Perry and I am a double major graduate from the University of California, Irvine (2012). I have a diverse background in both the scientific and business disciplines (with Summa Cum Laude honors in both majors). I currently work as a financial analyst at one of the leading Auto Finance co...
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39 Subjects: including trigonometry, reading, chemistry, statistics
Perry L.
$35.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
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