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Matthew P.
I received a BS in math and physics at Penn State and then continued on to physics graduate school at UPenn, I received masters there and since then have been working at a small startup company here in Los Angeles developing a novel ultrasound medical technology. At Penn State I tutored small group...
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23 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, physics, calculus
Matthew P.
$40.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Theresa C.
...I have a life teaching credential and a bilingual credential in Spanish. Don't let your child get further behind; give me a call.I played varsity tennis at UCLA and Cal State Northridge. I played tournament tennis for 20 years and I have held rankings in my age group.
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18 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, Spanish, algebra 1
Theresa C.
$30.00/hr
El Segundo, CA
Michael G.
...Michael I. G. I have taught General Music as part of my teaching for the past 20 plus years.
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109 Subjects: including precalculus, Spanish, reading, chemistry
Michael G.
$100.00/hr
Marina Del Rey, CA
Nick S.
...Introduction to Polynomial Functions and Their Graphs, The Real Zeros of a Polynomial Function, Polynomial Division, The Rational Zero Theorem, Complex Numbers, The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Introduction to Rational Functions, ketching the Graph of a Rational Function. Compound Growth, Th...
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25 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, physics, GED
Nick S.
$68.00/hr
Northridge, CA
Jim D.
...They are not integers, they are not fractions (with repeating decimal expansions like 1/3), and they are not irrational numbers (like the square root of 2). It took the field of mathematics a long time to figure out that they are in a separate category of number that they named ?transcendental? ...
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7 Subjects: including precalculus, geometry, algebra 2, trigonometry
Jim D.
$35.00/hr
Pacific Palisades, CA
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