Austin, TX 78744

...Derivatives are instantaneous rates of change and integrals are areas under curves. It turns out that derivatives and integrals are inverses of each other. That is, the area under the curve of a derivative function is the function itself. Fascinating. How would...
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Austin, TX 78704

...fell in love with teaching as a Peace Corps Volunteer, serving in Tanzania from September 2010 to December 2013. As a high school math and **physics** teacher, I taught all levels of math (pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trig/pre-cal, calculus) and **physics** (mechanics...
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Austin, TX 78703

...on or daughter - whether they are:
a student in the 2nd grade, a college prep high school, or the university;
a mathematics or **physics** major, a budding scientist, engineer, a researcher in the physical sciences, or;
a liberal arts and humanities student.
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Leander, TX 78641

...Though I majored in math, I took over 40 hours in **physics**, chemistry, and astronomy combined, and regularly tutor those subjects as well. I made A's in classes such as Classical Dynamics, Classical Electrodynamics, and Kinematic Astronomy, but generally stick to...
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Austin, TX 78705

I am a graduate student at UT who does math and **physics** tutoring in Austin. The subjects I teach most often are calculus and college **physics**, but I can help with all levels of math, **physics**, and chemistry as well. My students have come from UT, ACC, Westlake HS,...
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