...I graduated from Yale summa cum laude with a BS in physics and I hold a PhD in physics from Caltech. I was employed for ten years in the physics department of Cornell University as a staff scientist at the Wilson synchrotron laboratory. For the last fourteen years I have worked as a scientist in the research division of IBM at the TJ Watson Research Center.
Bethel, CTView Tutor
...Students need to develop a basic understanding of shapes and their properties, along with the application of basic algebra to those shapes. Geometry is also the first encounter most children have with proofs. In order to succeed in geometry, your child must develop a clear plan for approaching proofs, as well as learn how to think spatially.
White Plains, NYView Tutor
...I enjoy helping students achieve their maximum potential! I have helped many math students raise their grades dramatically in short periods of time. I accomplish this by focusing on improving a student's problem solving ability, a skill that is not often taught well in school.
Greenwich, CTView Tutor
...I also led classes and seminars with Elias Stein and JJ Kohn on elliptic and hypo-elliptic PDE's, Fourier analysis and pseudo-differential operators. I have practiced law, primarily securities and capital markets, for 33 years. I have also worked as a financial advisor and I am currently a branch auditor for a major broker-dealer.
Wallingford, CTView Tutor
...My favorite kinds of video games are turn-based strategy games, although I do enjoy the occasional adventure (Phantasy Star Online) or post-apocalyptic fire-fest of zombies (Resident Evil 4 for Wii). My favorite video games are those of the Golden Sun series (not well known, but great RPG's nonet...
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