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I am an engineer by training and I have had the opportunity to teach many undergraduate and graduate level classes at the University of Utah. My main tutoring philosophy is to emphasis the significance of basic theoretical foundations. My tutoring style involves breaking down a

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Olakunle was very knowledgeable about the topics I needed to cover. He was easy to get in contact with and extremely flexible with meeting times. I look forward to working with him throughout the semester!

Olakunle has helped me in three different courses now. He's helped me with Numerical Methods, Physics II, and Calculus III. I just text him and he's very easy to reach and schedule with. He is extremely helpful when I need to understand a difficult concept in a short amount of time.

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I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Utah. Over the last few years, I taught Algebra 1 classes at the university as an adjunct instructor while pursuing my Ph.D. degree. One of my main teaching philosophy is to encourage my students to work through as many problems as they can because just like with anything one does, practice makes perfect. In addition, I tutored non-college and college students in Algebra 1 for 10 years.

I started tutoring Algebra 2 in 2005 while I was completing my mathematics degree. I have had the opportunity to work with many students over the years and one thing I always do is to attempt to understand the student's learning style during the first session. This helps me to adapt my explanation in a way that maximizes the student's understanding. I also encourage feedback so that the student is getting the best out of the sessions while having fun learning.

I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the University of Utah. I have taught calculus classes at the University of Utah as an Adjunct instructor. I have also have experience in tutoring college and non-college level students in math subjects including but not limited to algebra, geometry, precalculus, probability, statistics, calculus and finite math.

I have taught many undergraduate and graduate level engineering/math classes including calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and probability. I have also tutored high school students in the above listed subjects. I am Electrical Engineering student at the University of Utah pursuing a Ph.D. degree.

I have a bachelors in Mathematics and a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering. I have also tutored at the University of Utah Math Center. I have in-depth knowledge of Discrete Math and I have the qualifications necessary to be a tutor in the subject.

I am Electrical Engineering student at the University of Utah pursuing a Ph.D. degree. I have taught many undergraduate and graduate level engineering/math classes including calculus, differential equation, linear algebra, and probability. I have also tutored high school students in the above listed subjects.

Geometry is one of my personal favorite subjects because it explains the shape and orientation of objects we see everyday. I have experience teaching and tutoring Geometry at the University of Utah. I have found that geometry is best taught through visual examples and because of this I use a lot of visual aids and props to help convey geometric concepts.

I have used Linear Algebra extensively in my research work.I have a bachelors in Mathematics and a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering. I have also tutored at the University of Utah Math Center. I have in-depth knowledge of Linear Algebra and I have the qualifications necessary to be a tutor in the subject.

I am a teaching assistant for the MATLAB class offered by the University of Utah's Electrical Engineering department. I am Electrical Engineering student at the University of Utah pursuing a Ph.D. degree. I have taught many undergraduate and graduate level engineering/math classes including calculus, differential equation, linear algebra, and probability. I have also tutored high school students in the above listed subjects.

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