If a and b are supplementary, then a + b = 180°, so b = 180° - a. Now you have to decide whether you're naming the angles so that a > 180° - a or vice versa. If a > 180° - a, then a - (180° - a) = 36°. Solve for a, and you're...

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Hello. I am a lifelong learner of math and science who likes to connect the dots, and I would like to share what I have learned. I have taught algebra and trigonometry in college. I have also tutored high school and college algebra, calculus, and everything in between for several years, plus linear algebra and differential equations. I graduated from UC Berkeley with a bachelor's in math and a minor in physics. I was not always interested in math, but I was always interested in science. When I took physics in high school, my motivation and grades in math improved dramatically. I also did very well in chemistry, and when I learned the connection among molecular structure, the Periodic Table, atomic orbitals, and differential equations, I was stoked. Majoring in math gave me the strong foundation I needed to make such a connection. While my learning, tutoring, and teaching style stresses fundamentals, I am also interested in what motivates you to succeed.

Jonathan worked with us to rapidly get our student caught up with his class following an extended absence from school. I am very pleased with his ability to shift his schedule to meet what we needed. Great rapport with student and achieved solid results. I am happy with the support we received and would recommend him.

He was really helpful and made me understand all the concepts that I was confused about. Very nice guy and overall great tutor.

We have been doing linear algebra and Jonathan has a deep grasp of the subject matter but is still able to explain concepts simply and clearly so that I can understand them. He is flexible and is tailoring his presentation to my needs rather than just covering the topic by rote. If you need help getting some difficult concepts Jonathan is your man.

He knew what he was talking about 100% of the time. Was very patient and helpful with not only subject matter, but with the fundamentals of math. I feel very confident after the tutoring session and look forward to the next.

We have been making good progress and Jonathan has been very good about attempting to get me to understand the logic of the programming we are doing. I need to spend more time on that. I appreciate his efforts.

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I took Linear Algebra & Differential Equations, a core lower-division course for the math major at Berkeley. Therein I learned how to solve linear differential equations and Fourier series in the context of linear algebra -- functions as vectors, differential operators on function spaces, and the integral of a product of functions as an inner product. Then I took an upper-division Ordinary Differential Equations course, learning techniques to solve linear and nonlinear ODEs. Later, at Cal State Hayward, I took an upper-division Partial Differential Equations course, learning techniques to solve boundary-value problems with separation of variables. Finally, for my master's degree at Oregon State I wrote an expository paper on solving the Schrödinger Equation for a system with the atomic nucleus replaced by a magnetic monopole.

I took Linear Algebra & Differential Equations, a core lower-division course for the math major at Berkeley. Therein I learned about real and complex vector spaces axiomatically, solving linear differential equations, and Fourier series. Then I took Linear Algebra, the core upper-division course. Therein I learned about vector spaces over an abstract scalar field. Then I was a math TA at Oregon State University and tutored for many different courses, including Linear Algebra.

I used MATLAB when I took Signals & Systems at Oregon State University. In one lab I deblurred an image taken by a moving camera. In another lab I authenticated a digital photo by extracting a sound wave from the digital watermark and playing it. I continued to use MATLAB when studying digital signal processing and digital communications.

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If a and b are supplementary, then a + b = 180°, so b = 180° - a. Now you have to decide whether you're naming the angles so that a > 180° - a or vice versa. If a > 180° - a, then a - (180° - a) = 36°. Solve for a, and you're...

Solve 20/x + 2/(x-5)=-15 (answer)

Note that 20/x is undefined if x = 0 and 2/(x-5) is undefined if x = 5. Multiply every term by the least common denominator x(x-5). Cancel x in the first term, cancel x-5 in the second term, and you have a quadratic equation. Solve it to get a set of...

You will need to find the following: 1. the mass of the beer (volume times specific gravity times density of water, in kg) 2. the weight of the beer (in N) 3. the pressure due to the beer at the bottom (weight divided by area of bottom, in Pa = N/m2) 4. the inward force on the...

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Jonathan worked with us to rapidly get our student caught up with his class following an extended absence from school. I am very pleased with his ability to shift his schedule to meet what we needed. Great rapport with student and achieved solid results. I am happy with the support we received and would recommend him.
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