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(5) Private Logic Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Coal City

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JERRY

Retired Professor Tutoring Math to High School and University Students

I tutor a variety of math subjects, from the SAT prep to algebra, trigonometry, geometry, pre-calculus, calculus, finite math, logic, probability and statistics. I started to tutor math when I was a university student, and ended as a professor supervising Ph.D. students in computer science and bio-engineering at the UIC. I have taught college math on all levels for sixteen years, including advanced subjects like complex variable, abstract algebra, numerical analysis and mathematical pattern... Read more


Ron

College Math Instructor

I have taught at 7 different colleges (public, private, and technical). I received awards for my teaching based on student evaluations - mostly because I am patient and take time to tutor students having trouble. I have also written high school math textbooks. I know math and I want to help you know it, too! I have taught non-credit college courses: Pre-algebra 1 and 2, Elementary Algebra, and Intermediate Algebra, which correspond with 7th and 8th grade math and Algebra 1. I have taught r... Read more


Elias

"Classically trained, highly qualified, Ph.D."

I'm a very patient and effective tutor for young adults, both in individual and small group settings. I have broad teaching experience, and a knack for communication which tends to quiet fears and instill enthusiasm. In addition to an undergraduate degree in English, with a minor in History, I have a PhD. in Philosophy from the University of Chicago, with extensive work in Logic and Classical Languages. I have taught Logic courses at Louisiana State University and at Roosevelt University ... Read more


Michael

UW-Madison graduate for Math and Financial Tutoring

I'm an outgoing, volleyball-loving, Mathematics/Finance graduate from UW-Madison. I think math is great (otherwise I picked the wrong major). I think it's important to have a solid foundation in math for all walks of life, even if you know you won't be majoring in math or doing any higher-level math work. I have done a lot of probability in studying for my actuarial exams and have dealt with many problems involving things such as MGFs, expected values, variances, different distributions,... Read more


Carolyn

Test Prep Master & Scholar w/ Over 20 Yrs Experience, 50+ Subjects

I attended Catholic school for 8 years and took classes to learn D'Nealian print and cursive while there. The same school provided mandatory art classes to instruct students in calligraphy, with an emphasis in the Gothic style. As an avid poet and writer, I've been interested in chirography for years and recently learned the Chancery style. Read more


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