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...Additionally, I have used various levels of math (from algebra, to trigonometry, to higher levels of calculus) continuously throughout my PhD research and often in conjunction with MATLAB. I bring practical math experience into my teaching and can use this practicality to help students understand these often abstract concepts. I am a scientist through and through.

...A great deal of my time is spent helping people read through their material and collect the necessary information for the writing process. I believe that annotating is the key to absorbing the reading material because it the easiest way to engage the reader. I have been tutoring this subject fo...

...Calculus and Laplace transforms are used to simplify complex circuits to root solvers to determine the transfer functions of these circuits. Logic gate ircuits arr used to builda hierarchy to finite state machines and floating point and integer arithmetic logic units (ALU) which are the core of...

...I have also used Spanish frequently in 2015 for communicating with the parents of schoolchildren who I tutored. I performed well in undergraduate and graduate level courses in statistics. I was the instructor of Introductory Statistics for 3 semesters at a community college in SF.

...While you or your student might not be pursuing a physics degree, such a course lends itself to learning a useful way of thinking. Besides the mathematical skills one gains from studying physics, one also gains a deep sense of intuition, analyzing, and problem-solving skills. Thanks for checking my profile out!

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