...Used James Stewart's textbook "Calculus". -Used calculus extensively in physical oceanography research as a post-baccalaureate student I believe the best way to learn Calculus is by doing as many practice problems. I know from my personal experience that many topics in Calculus (beyond simple ...
...I tutor high school (AP) and college level physics. High school level topics I tutor include kinematics, fluid mechanics, electrostatics, thermodynamics, and wave motion. College level topics I tutor include astrophysics, classical mechanics, electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, special relativity, statistical mechanics, optics, and wave phenomena.
...I also review IEPs to make sure that students are meeting their plan goals. I'm a retired Professional Engineer with 30 years of experience applying math and science on the job. I helped my customers understand the technical parts of their projects, so I?ve been teaching math and science my whole career.
Sorry about the headline... It had to happen. Here's a little info about myself (I'm a numbers guy so go easy on me here). I graduated from Middlebury College with degrees in Physics and Computer Science and the equivalent of a minor in Math. During that time I was tutor for introductory physics, Newtonian mechanics and electricity and magnetism, pretty fun stuff.
...I moved from Ohio to Seattle 3 years ago. I enjoy laughing, trying new things, any outdoor activity, cooking/eating food, art, philosophical discussions over chess, gardening, etc.Qualified in elementary school math, prealgebra, algebra, and geometry. I have completed a B.S. in Mechanical engin...
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