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...I have worked with differential equations extensively throughout my career in maths, physics and biophysics. I would be happy to help others learn and achieve in this most important branch of mathematics. I have used Computer Programming extensively for my work in physics, maths and biophysics, and have taught classes in selected areas.

...I am not content simply teaching the route concepts of mathematics but love teaching the deeper truths behind the laws of mathematics also. My goal is helping students to appreciate the beauty and power in the logic of mathematics and to apprehend the core aspects of the subject by coming to a g...

...I've moved to Santa Cruz and I'd love to continue sharing my passion for physics by helping high school and college students learn, appreciate, and enjoy the subject. (I know that last one might sound impossible but trust me, it can happen!)With many years of tutoring under my belt, I've worked w...

...I am an ivy league graduate in physics who works full-time as an Electrical Engineer at Intel. I don't tutor for the money (hence the low rate), but to help students improve in math/science and also help prepare me for a possible career shift into teaching sometime in the future, so really we ar...

...Physics is where algebra comes to play. Many students find their physics classes difficult because it is the first time that they've been asked to apply their algebraic skills in a 'real world' context. I focus on patching holes in student's algebra skills, and teaching them to translate physical situations into mathematical equations.

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