...There's nothing quite like determining end-behavior of polynomial functions! Although I hold my degree in the subject, I'll agree that Biology is one of the toughest sciences to master; there's a ton of material, and the field keeps changing its mind about how much of our DNA is actually junk. That said, I am completely at ease guiding my students through introductory Biology courses.
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I have explained these concepts many, many times not just for other math courses but for the sciences also. The topics covered in this course range from factoring to probability to conics. It requires some mental stamina to keep it all in perspective.
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...Calculus requires strong math skills in foundational math up through the level of trigonometry, and any holes or weaknesses in those areas need to be addressed. Geometry is a really fun area of math, with lots of visual puzzles. I can help with geometric proofs, as well as explaining how circles, triangles, and various other shapes work together in 2 dimensions and 3 dimensions.
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...As an engineer, my highest level of math is multivariable calculus and partial differential equations. I have received virtually all A's in my physics classes from UCI. There are two physics series at UCI: (1) the advanced calculus based 7 series for physical scientists and engineers; (2) the beginner algebra based 3 series for biology majors.
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