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As an Adjunct Professor in Physics and qualified instructor in STEM subjects, I have a working knowledge of Algebra and Calculus. Algebra is a subject that needs to be learned as a precursor to other math and physics areas. My knowledge of Physics and the related math topics including Algebra, Trig, or Calculus is complete.

I studied Mechanical Engineering and I got an A in my Math courses including Calculus I graduated with a Bachelor in Engineering in Mechanical Engineering and I got an A in my physics courses. As a mechanical engineering student, most of the problems encountered required knowledge of trigonometry. Therefore, in the process, I've come to master the subject.

...Specific topics include: -Vector and matrix operations -Linear systems of equations -Matrix factorization, decomposition, diagonalization -Least squares approximations -Vector spaces and subspaces -Infinite-dimensional vector spaces and convergence -Basis, dimension, and orthogonality of vectors ...

...It's the basis of higher math classes, and it helps us understand a whole lot of real life situations... so a good understanding of Algebra is key! I received an A in Algebra, received undergraduate and graduate degrees in mathematics/engineering, and absolutely love to teach Algebra. Algebra i...

...Math is usually the most difficult area, so I spend the most time here and stress estimations and proportions. Students usually see how verbal proportions are analogies. I focus on the common ideas in Grammar and Reading Comprehension and use paper cutouts to elucidate the tricky "Abilities" section of the TACHS.

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