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...John's College in Santa Fe. And I have had extensive experience discussing humanities, math and sciences at the highest level. Regarding the style of my lessons, I believe in the primacy of student production and therefore encourage my students to learn as actively as possible during my lessons to optimize their retention and comprehension.

...The core of my PhD work is in solving the Poisson partial differential equation, both in signal processing domain, and the classical electromagntism domain. Many complicated geometries and initial/boundary conditions for differential equations render them impossible to be solved in closed form, ...

...Topics I can tutor in calculus include: the chain rule, derivatives, integrals (definite and indefinite), the extreme value theorem, first derivative test, the fundamental theorem of calculus, implicit differentiation, intermediate value theorem, limits, the mean value theorem, Newton's method fo...

...I have a very strong Physics background and fundamental Chemistry background. My goal every session is not just to help students complete their assignment but to help them understand the concept behind the assignment. My job is not complete until there is a general comprehension of the subject at hand.

...I believe the best way to learn is through active engagement with students; this starts with taking the right approach, discussing key concepts, and working through the process to fully understand the material. I will make sure students understand all important points on each topic and work thro...

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