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Tan H.
...I've been doing this for the last 12 years and loving it! I currently hold a Masters in Education with credentials to teach Math (Basic to AP Calculus) and Physics. I have supplemental credentials to teach Business, Economics, and Art.
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14 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, algebra 2, geometry
Tan H.
$50.00/hr
La Mesa, CA
Thomas B.
...I have a master's degree in physical chemistry which is heavily dependent upon mathematics, and so I've taken math courses through differential equations which gave me a minor in mathematics. Along with using various types of math in my professional career, I've also tutored students in various ...
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35 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, English, physics
Thomas B.
$40.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Nick R.
...The subjects I can help are as follows: Anything K-12 science and math like algebra, calculus, precalculus, chemistry, physics, biology. For college level, I would prefer to stay in my wheelhouse of chemistry, biology, biochemistry, some calculus and anat/physio. You name the class and I have probably taken it and can find some way to help you.
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26 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, reading, physics
Nick R.
$35.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Brian E.
...I can also tutor for CPA, SAT and ACT exam prep as I am knowledgeable in exam prep techniques. I have a flexible schedule that will meet your needs. I can travel to you or host the session at my home or local library.
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30 Subjects: including SAT math, English, reading, writing
Brian E.
$60.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Bosko C.
...So, our expression has this form now: x^2-3x+2x-3*2=x*(x-3)+2*(x-3)=(x+2)*(x-3). So, our quadratic equation looks like this: (x+2)*(x-3)=0. This will be equal to zero only if: x+2=0 or x-3=0. That means that solutions for this quadratic equations are x1=-2 and x2=3.
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13 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Bosko C.
$45.00/hr
San Diego, CA
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