...The other two are linear algebra and the stochastic systems (statistics), which come together in advanced courses. Everyone intending to pursue studies in basic science (including life sciences), engineering or economics should have a good foundation in introductory calculus. Mechanics is the basis of physics, physics is the basis of most fields of application, particularly in engineering.
Allston, MAView Tutor
...I ask questions constantly, and I expect to be asked questions ? that is part of the fun! John Dewey once wrote, "Practical skill, modes of effective technique, can be intelligently, non-mechanically used, only when intelligence has played a part in their acquisition." Unfortunately a lot of wha...
Boston, MAView Tutor
...Generally, I use spacial reasoning and memory palaces to help them learn content and make this palace the core of each subject -- for chemistry the electron, for physics the dimensions of space and time, for history human nature. I have taught more than 3,000 tutoring sessions and feel well able...
Concord, MAView Tutor
...There are numerous tools and facts that you need to understand and then you build on them throughout the year. At the end of this course, a student should be able to make and critique logical arguments and calculate missing parts of a geometric diagram. Pre-calculus is the study of function families and their behavior.
Wakefield, MAView Tutor
...It is fascinating to find out why things happen the way they happen. Similarly, I experience the same enjoyment in math when I understand the way numbers behave and then apply that understanding to real life situations. We are all surrounded by math and science, and a practical knowledge of them makes the world that much less mysterious.
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