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Eric A.
Hello! My name is Eric, and I hold a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Cognitive Science from the University of California - San Diego. I began tutoring math in high school, volunteering to assist an Algebra 1 class for 4 hours per week.
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9 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, statistics, algebra 1
Eric A.
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Brian E.
...Currently I am developing an accounting practice in San Diego. I am available to tutor Math, having completed college level Calculus courses. I can also tutor for CPA, SAT and ACT exam prep as I am knowledgeable in exam prep techniques.
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32 Subjects: including calculus, English, reading, accounting
Brian E.
$60.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Nick R.
...I traveled across the nation with a competitive baseball team growing up. My high school team was the top 5 team every year and I tried out with the Pittsburgh Pirates after my senior year in high school. Through my high school, we held many baseball camps that I helped out with.
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26 Subjects: including calculus, reading, chemistry, ACT Math
Nick R.
$35.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Jacob B.
...I have published research on Psychology and applied Statistics. I have programmed computers professionally. I have ten years or so of experience in education, working as a tutor or teaching assistant.
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23 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, geometry, algebra 1
Jacob B.
$45.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Bosko C.
...Cube's volume is defined as V1=a^3, where a is the edge of the cube. So, in this case: a^3=64; a=4 cm. Since sphere is inscribed in cube, that means that diameter of the sphere is equal to edge of the cube, D=2*r=a.
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13 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Bosko C.
$45.00/hr
San Diego, CA
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