Short Story: Great explanations, LOTS of experience at universities, colleges, and private tutoring. Multiple B.S. degrees, M.S. in progress. Trustworthy, professional...and honestly, I enjoy helping others. I LOVE math
. I am likely one of the most affordable tutors.
Extended Story: I prefer to meet in public places, especially if under the age of 18. Parent or guardian preferred but ok without so long as we are in public. I have a clean record with no criminal activity and proudly serve this nation.
I have worked at University of Houston (UH) - Main as a workshop facilitator for Physics 1, Physics 2 and Calculus
3 as well as at San Jacinto College (SJC) - South as a Supplemental Instruction Leader for 5 years where my job is to take difficult concepts in these subjects and make them clear and easy to understand. I have also worked as a tutor at Houston Community College and have been a private tutor for years now.
I have been tutoring several other subjects in math while working these jobs and was an intern at NASA.
I have a great way of making concepts clear and received a LOT of praise over the years...plus I am much cheaper.
I graduated from University of Houston with a B.S. in Mathematics
and a heavy emphasis in engineering. My plan is to obtain a M.S. in Mathematics and another M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
. Eventually, I want a PhD in physics and teach. I am real big on STEM outreach and will be glad to provide insight on college pertaining to student organizations and scholarships as I have a LOT of recent experience in this.
12 hours notice required
Rates are negotiable for groups.
Travels within 40 miles of Shreveport, LA 71109
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You have a T and a t...doesn't seem like much but in physics T can be period while t is time...this may mean something if you are considering curvature (orbital mechanics) or just a standard physics problem...
I am assuming this is an algebraic problem and if it is and T and t are the same....
Draw a rectangle and label one side L, and the other perpendicular side W. The parallel sides should be equal to L & W. We could care less about the walkway...it's extra information and the constant W means the pool isn't freaky and changing shapes...aka
we are leaving theoretical physics...
Let x be the oats and y be the barley. Keep the mix requirements with the grain and the $$$ with the $$$.
She needs a total of 7000 bushels of grain which is composed of 3 parts oats and 2 parts barley, thus:
3x + 2y = 7,000
In addition you are told that she has a finite dollar amount...