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...I studied both Ordinary & partial differential equations in my undergraduate degree as well as in the Master's program at UF. I am familiar with concepts such as Separable equations, exact equations, integrating factors, Homogeneous equations. I have extensive background in Mathematics, throughout my undergraduate and Graduate degrees.

...I studied Fortran as part of my curriculum for a bachelors in Electrical Engineering at UC Santa Barbara in 1983. Since them I have written numerous simulations and radar data processing programs in Fortran for my consulting business. I have a doctorate in electrical engineering that I received from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1992.

...I love to see my students understand the principles and apply them to solving problems and will try different ways to make these clear to them, depending on their ability and background. I am teaching subjects from prealgebra, algebra, geometry, precalculus, AP calculus.I have taught intermediat...

...I have also spent multiple semesters TA'ing programming classes while I was in CMU and always had success with my students. Through the use of challenging hands-on exercises and clear presentation of computer science topics, I believe you can be successful in learning programming with me too! C...

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