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...I have taught mathematical methods for **physics** - a course which is highly intensive on differential equations. Differential equations are also widely used in graduate **physics** courses which I took for my PhD. I have been a professor for roughly 10 years.

...I have a standard 9-5pm work day, making me available for nights and weekends. I look forward to working with my future students and to spreading my passion for math and science with them!During my senior year of high school, I spent a month as a full-time volunteer tutoring elementary school st...

...I was always a top math student in high school and college, and I am able to patiently show students more than one way to solve most problems. I get along well with younger people and am able to connect in order to explain math, which I know many students do not like. I am also effective with adult students who I know can feel awkward about material they have not seen in years.

...I worked there for four year. I have primarily worked with high school and college level students but have past experience outside of academia working with younger children as well. What makes me a great math and **physics** tutor is that I am extremely patient, and capable of teaching the same topic several different ways.

...I took differential equations almost 30 years ago. Mostly I solve them numerically now, because the ones that I use in my own work are nonlinear. However, at a more elementary level, I can explain how to solve second-order linear differential equations using exponentials or special functions such as Bessel and Airy functions.

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