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U. Wisconsin-Madison (Master's)
Hi, I'm Eric.
I am happy to tutor in any area of math/science/computer-programming, but I specialize in mid-higher math (calculus, probability, etc.) and physics (all levels). I work with you to build your problem-solving intuition and the ability to catch your own mistakes. My students' grades improve, and so does their outlook.
A little about me: I graduated from MIT with a Bachelor's degree in Physics, and U. Wisconsin-Madison with a Master's in Biophysics. I do this as a side-job because I love teaching. When not working, I enjoy hiking, canoeing, cycling, and swimming.
I'm happy to work with anyone, and I'm currently tutoring several high school and college students. If you cannot afford my rate, we can work something out.
The sooner you start, the more I can help you! Hi, I'm Eric.
I am happy to tutor in any area of math/science/computer-programming, but I specialize
If you are willing to meet near me (N. Capital Hill area), I am happy to adjust my rate in cases of economic hardship.
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I first learned differential equations (ordinary DEs: separable, linear, etc) in high school. While at MIT I learned more advanced methods in ODEs: certain nonlinear cases, approximate solution techniques, symmetry analysis, Sturm-Liouville etc. I have used ordinary, partial, and stochastic differential equations in my academic and private sector professional work.