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I absolutely love to learn, which is why I pursued two different undergraduate degrees. I am originally from the Chicago area, and planned on becoming an engineer or particle physicist. I've worked as a biomedical R&D intern at Cardiovascular Systems Inc. in Minneapolis and tutored all levels of math and **physics** at both College of Lake County and St.

...Fortunately, the SAT math exam covers a specific, well-defined set of topics, and tends to ask the same types of questions in the same way year after year. I will help you with the topics that you find the most difficult, and I have some basic strategies to offer that will help you effectively o...

...I can help you, too. References are available upon request.Calculus, and the concepts of limits and "neighborhoods", can be very confusing to students, who until this point in their math education have only dealt with, and only had to deal with, concrete absolute values. Now they must make a "l...

...Finally you learn about the wide variety of real world situations that can be modeled to predict future outcomes from current data. Calculus is the study of rates of change, and has numerous and varied applications from business, to **physics**, to medicine. The complexity of the topics involved however, require that your grasp of mathematical concepts and function properties is strong.

...My B.S degree is in mechanical engineering. I have passed 20 credit hours in diff EQ1 and 2, intermediate diff EQ and advanced Diff EQ. The topic of research for my MSCE degree was "Vibration of none uniform vertical blades for Bell Helicopter.

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