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...I'm looking forward to hearing from you and helping you succeed!I spent a year as a teaching assistant for a MATLAB-based research course. And I used MATLAB extensively studying aerospace engineering in college. I graduated from the University of Virginia with a BS in Aerospace Engineering, which is taught in the combined Mechanical and Aerospace Eng. department.

...I can help with the following courses: elementary math, Middle School Math, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Adv Alg/Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Anatomy, Physiology, Physics, reading and spelling. You will gain more insight in understanding major concepts with much practice. As a mat...

...I continue a doctoral program on Teaching and Learning Program with science education concentration. I have been teaching physics subjects in different levels, specifically high school and college level. As a doctoral student in science education, I encourage students to argue in the learning process.

...Calculus is mostly the study of curved functions in which **calculus** is used to find the slope of the curve at any given point or used to find the area under the curve. It has practical applications in many areas of engineering and areas of science such as physics. I have been working with spreadsheets for more than 20 years.

...Regarding math, I got a 780 (88th percentile) on the Math section of the GRE, and have an honors degree in Physics from UT Austin, which required many difficult math courses. While my teaching experience is in physics, many students had weak backgrounds in algebra that I helped them with so that...

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