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...This gives me a special understanding of my students that a native speaker wouldn't share. As a physics graduate student, while getting my master's degree, I had to use the methods of differential equations all the time in almost all my classes and independent studies. This has made me quite comfortable with and knowledgeable about topics both in ordinary and partial differential equations.

...I think this is a wonderful combination: I can relate to students, understand their frustrations and fears, and at the same time I deeply understand math and take great joy in communicating this to reluctant and struggling students, as well as to well-performing students who want to maximize thei...

...I can also help students figure out how to succeed in college. Having taught at high schools and university, I have observed the public system and have seen why students have trouble transitioning from high school to university. Student success is largely dependent upon study skills and understanding academic culture, such as knowing one is supposed to bug professors during office hours.

...Most students, that I tutor in upper level math, do not have good understanding of these methods, so I invariably end up teaching them Algebra 1 material from the beginning. Algebra 2, Advanced Algebra, or College Algebra, as this course is sometimes called, deals with with the concepts from Alg...

...I received a PhD in mechanical engineering from Stanford University. For the past 20 years, I have been a Professor of mechanical engineering at the California Maritime Academy, a campus of the California State University. I retired in August 2013, but continue to teach part-time there.

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