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Sean B.
...I am PA certified in Physics and Math. I have taken two college courses in astronomy. I own my own telescope, and track amateur radio satellites as a hobby.
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15 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Sean B.
$50.00/hr
Morton, PA
Michael R.
...I?m looking forward to hearing from you soon!As a tutor with a primary focus in math and science, I not only tutor algebra frequently, but also encounter this fundamental math subject every day in my professional life. I conduct research at UPenn and West Chester University on colloidal crystals...
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10 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, statistics
Michael R.
$65.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Bruno J.
...I am happy to travel to students or meet in a public coffee shop (Starbucks or B&N work well for me). I hold myself to a high standard and am always striving to improve, so I will always ask for feedback and will not charge you for an unproductive session. I look forward to hearing from you and...
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27 Subjects: including physics, English, study skills, algebra 1
Bruno J.
$40.00/hr
Cherry Hill, NJ
Timothy H.
HelloMy name is Tim. I am an electrical engineer who has worked in the private sector for the last 20 years. I have also taught probability and statistics and physics for the last 15 years.
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3 Subjects: including physics, statistics, Praxis
Timothy H.
$40.00/hr
Blackwood, NJ
Bill M.
...So every math problem boils down to two questions: Which tools should I use, and in what order? It is important for students first to understand the concepts (tools), then learn how to use them in specific contexts, and finally to generalize. Solving the problem is usually easy, but understanding WHY we solve it that way is often more challenging.
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10 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Bill M.
$65.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
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