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Austin, TX 78744

...How would you prove the area of a circle is Pi*r^2. Well, you could inscribe the circle inside an octagon and form 8 triangles within that octagon. The area of each of those 8 triangles is 1/2*r*s where s is the length of each side of the octagon. So we have an...
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Austin, TX 78745

I recently graduated from the University of Texas where I obtained a Bachelor of Science in **physics**. For three years I worked at the Sanger Learning Center as a math and **physics** tutor. Prior to transferring to UT, I attended Lone Star College, where I also worked...
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Austin, TX 78745

...I've used trigonometry extensively as both a student and tutor of engineering calculus and differential equations, as well as through **physics**. I think it's fun and interesting to verify trigonometric identities; and I'm fairly adept at mathematical proofs. Participated...
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Austin, TX 78723

I received a B.S. and M.S. degree from Rutgers University in **physics**/astro**physics**. After working as a researcher in astronomy and particle **physics**, I moved to Austin to complete a PhD in theoretical particle **physics**. I currently teach a course in **physics** at UT...
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Austin, TX 78737

I am a recently retired middle and high school science teacher with 20 years' experience. In my last school, I taught Biology, **Physics**, and Chemistry, and tutored students for TAKS and STAAR tests. I also taught middle school integrated science at a previous school,...
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