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...I focus on interactive teaching and have worked with a wide base of students from different backgrounds.I have taken math courses up to my BEng degree in Mechanical Engineering, which are much higher level courses than Algebra 1. I have also tutored students ranging from ages 8 upwards to colleg...

...It is too basic to apply directly to the problem. Then we need to know how to change or convert the basic formulas to something like cos2x = 2cos^2(x) - 1 or 2cos^2(x) = cos(2x) + 1. Then we could integrate it directly or integrate by parts.

...I just moved back from London after doing a post-doc at Imperial College London in the area of Bioengineering and Chemical Physics. I am now working at the Joint Genome Institute (DOE Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) and helping students as much as I can learn science, math, and engineering (teac...

...I have experience in developing skills for grade school and high school students. I am raising two boys, one of whom suffers from ADHD and required extensive home coaching on study skills, I have worked with other students as a tutor. I am proficient in math and writing skills, and in helping to develop efficient and lasting skills such as outlining, estimating and mnemonic learning.

...I tutor the following areas in Physics: measurement, units, unit conversion, scientific notation, significant figures; motion in one dimension, position, velocity, acceleration; Newton's laws of motion; falling objects, motions in two dimensions, introduction to vectors; force and its relationsh...

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