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...Having recently completed (summer 2014) a second degree in math and statistics, I have had extensive practice with advanced probability and have no problem conveying the concepts dealt with at High School and first year college to my students. This year I have been working with a class of 12th g...

...Able to assist with all High School Science and Math courses, Undergraduate Physics courses, and potentially a Few Other Things.I earned my PhD in Physics almost 10 years ago. Since then, I have worked as a Research Scientist studying theoretical and experimental physical acoustics. In my under...

...I have read books covering the fundamentals and how to logically devise a strategy. Differential Equations is essentially an equation that relates a function with its derivatives. There are many methods to solve for ODE's which include: Integrating factor, variation of parameters, separation, Laplace transforms, and characteristic polynomials.

...Since then, I have engaged in more private instruction because I feel that my students benefit more from focused and individualized sessions. I am truly passionate about helping others understand and enjoy math. By engaging my students in ways that make them consider and search for alternative problem solving methods, they are compelled to become more independent learners.

As a youth leader and mentor in church, it becomes necessary for me to be able to help and assist both children and adults. I currently am employed at LifeTime Athletics-City Center where I work with children as young as infants to children as old as 12 years old. Additionally, I've assisted youth as old as 18 years old in a non-profit program called Timothy Project: Youth Mentoring Youth.

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