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Jim L.
...I teach graduate-level courses in Business-to-Business Marketing, with a focus on technology marketing. This focus encompasses all aspects of the business of marketing, including P&L calculations, margin analysis, ROI analysis, and budgeting. Technologies covered include servers, storage, cloud computing, and social media.
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41 Subjects: including physics, English, chemistry, reading
Jim L.
$55.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Sean M.
...It is the intellectual machinery by which the infinities of space, time, and smooth curves can be converted into the relatively concrete realm of numbers and symbols. I believe the world would be a richer place if more people understood at least the beginnings of calculus, and so I teach this su...
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6 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Sean M.
$70.00/hr
Berkeley, CA
David L.
My name is Dave and I have been a full-time high school physics teacher for 26 years. I have also taught physics part-time at the university level. Throughout this time, I have tutored physics as well.
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4 Subjects: including physics, algebra 1, algebra 2, physical science
David L.
$80.00/hr
Petaluma, CA
Austin C.
...My qualifications in mathematics are as follow. In middle school and high school I was enrolled in advanced math tracks. I finished Algebra 1 and Geometry by eighth grade and then finished Calculus AB and BC by 12th grade.
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29 Subjects: including physics, reading, writing, geometry
Austin C.
$40.00/hr
Berkeley, CA
Jeffrey M.
...A firm base on which to build is required. It is essential when teaching calculus to make full use of graphs, even when problems can be solved exclusively with equations. There is frequent confusion between a function and its derivative function, and this confusion can be remedied only by lots of practice with graphs.
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17 Subjects: including physics, calculus, GRE, ASVAB
Jeffrey M.
$89.00/hr
San Mateo, CA
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