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Conroy B.
...I took differential equations for physicists as well as the normal differential equations class (for math) and then took partial differential equations my senior year. I'm also currently getting a PhD in a field that relies heavily on fluid dynamics and differential equations. As an undergraduate I took a class on the fundamentals of MATLAB programming.
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24 Subjects: including calculus, physics, statistics, geometry
Conroy B.
$40.00/hr
Providence, RI
Duayne R.
...I am currently an assistant professor in the physics department at the Community College of Rhode Island where I teach physics, geology, and oceanography. I find students from all different academic backgrounds in my classrooms and have developed the skills to reach students of all levels. I have a passion for math & science and an even greater passion for teaching them.
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11 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, algebra 1
Duayne R.
$50.00/hr
Providence, RI
Anthony P.
...While in high school, I received a math and science scholarship award for excellence in these two subjects. My math, basic physics, and technology skills are strong and developed; as a result, I feel as though I am very qualified to be a tutor for any student looking to strengthen their skills in these areas. I am extremely reliable, easy-going, patient and easy to work with.
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17 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, algebra 2
Anthony P.
$50.00/hr
Cranston, RI
Bernie L.
...It's also when the infamous "word problem" gets introduced. Algebra II extends what is covered in Algebra I, and typically includes more quadratic equations, and introduction to advanced factoring, and more simultaneous equations. It's fun too!
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19 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, geometry
Bernie L.
$145.00/hr
Attleboro, MA
Beth B.
...That way, you can get a lot of practice identifying the different kinds of equations, describing their graphs, and explaining how to solve them. I think some of the big ideas in algebra are solving and graphing different kinds of equations. To help you learn to do this better, I would bring in sorting and matching activities.
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14 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, geometry, biology
Beth B.
$50.00/hr
Pawtucket, RI
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