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...In starting Differential Equations, it is important that certain preparatory topics are also discussed. These topics include graphs, linear function, understanding limits and their property as well well as being able to find these limits both graphically and numerically. It is also important to...

...My preferred computer languages are: C, C++, C#, Java, and LISP. As a computer scientist I often use mathematical analysis, analytic geometry, **calculus**, ordinary and partial differential equations in the development of computer applications. I am a very informed and versatile amateur cryptography, number theorist, and numerical analyst.

I have 33 years of Mathematics teaching experience. During my career, I tutored any students in the school who wanted or needed help with their math class. I usually tutored before and after school, but I've even tutored during my lunch break and planning times when transportation was an issue.

Hi! I've recently just returned from studying abroad in the UK at the University of Leeds and have previously tutored and mentored students during my 4 years of undergraduate studies at the University of Notre Dame. My best subject in my opinion is math even though both of my degrees are science r...

...My name is Chris M. and I have been a math tutor for several years now. I have experience tutoring subjects ranging from basic algebra to differential equations and Newtonian physics. I have always had an intuition that helped guide me in my math/physics classes but I quickly found that when intuition failed me I had to find different ways of thinking about the problems at hand.

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