...Most of my students who took Precalculus were high school juniors or seniors. Topics covered included Sequences and Series, Limits, Conic Sections, Sketching graphs, Finding roots of a Polynomial, Complex Numbers, etc. This was a difficult subject for most of the students.
South Richmond Hill, NYView Tutor
...Moreover, I am working as a Teaching Assistant (TA) for the Rutgers Young Scholars Program (RYSP) of Discrete Mathematics this summer, 2015. I have a great passion for teaching. Watching my students growing and be successful is everything I wish for as a teacher/tutor.
Perth Amboy, NJView Tutor
...For the next 15 years, I programmed in C on a regular basis, as a student, teacher, and consultant. I have Undergraduate, Master's and PhD degrees in Computer Science and I was an Assistant Professor of Computer Science. I have Undergraduate, Master's and PhD degrees in Computer Science and I was an Assistant Professor of Computer Science.
Tenafly, NJView Tutor
...I love mathematics, and I love to help people learn mathematics.Alg. II and Trigonometry is a fairly advanced course that requires expertise and experience. Even some certified math teachers are not fluent in this subject.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor
...When I entered the field, in 1979, there were no commercially available software packages to do circuit design/analysis. So I frequently was called on to generate the equations and FORTRAN code to analyze and optimize the circuits. This provided me with a deep understanding of the circuit theory and mathematical methods used to compute and optimize the response.
Colts Neck, NJView Tutor