I am a sophomore (Junior in the Fall) mathematics major at Arizona State University and have been tutoring mathematics here since January 2013. I am always ready to learn more math and share any knowledge of it with other people (in fact I enjoy doing both!). I believe the best way to learn math is to understand the underlying concepts behind mathematical problems, to understand the problem solving techniques used to solve specific 'types' of problems, and to question why (to be curious about) certain mathematical truths are what they are. At ASU, I have taken (for math or math related) Math for Business Analysis (MAT211), Calculus III (MAT272), Differential Equations (MAT275), Linear Algebra (MAT342), Mathematical Structures (MAT300), Advanced Calculus I (MAT371), Introduction to Abstract Algebra (MAT443), Cryptography I (MAT447), Number Theory (MAT445), Cryptography II (MAT448), Intermediate Abstract Algebra (MAT444), IEE380 (Stats and Probability), Honors Microeconomics (ECN214), Physics I,II, & III (PHY150,151,252), and Mathematical Methods for Physics II (PHY302).
I have also have lots of experience tutoring Discrete Mathematics (MAT243) and have the mathematics background for it.
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