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Calculus

I frequently tutor calculus, and I have studied it from many angles. In high school, I scored 5/5 on both AP Calculus AB and BC examinations. At MIT, I aced multivariable calculus. I have also taken mathematical analysis, and it has given me insight into the theoretical development of calculus.

Classes I have tutored:

BU MA123 - Calculus I

NEU MATH1231 - Calculus for Business and Economics

NEU MATH1341 - Calculus I

NEU MATH1342 - Calculus II

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Physics

I specialize in the structural analysis of trusses, beams, and frames. I am very familiar with conjugate beam theory, the load displacement relationships, force method, displacement method, moment-distribution method, stiffness method, and energy methods. I have also studied the development of the constitutive equations through tensor algebra.

I also tutor introductory statics and dynamics. Got a pulley problem? I can solve it.

Classes I have tutored:

MIT 8.01 - Classical...
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Statistics

I scored 5 on the AP Statistics examination and aced statistics at MIT. I am very familiar with the common types distributions (Bernoulli, binomial, Poisson, normal, T, chi-squared), confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing.

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Linear Algebra

I took linear algebra at MIT, and the concepts I learned reappeared ubiquitously throughout my engineering coursework. Because of this, I am very familiar with both the theory and engineering applications. I taught an informal introduction to linear algebra class and also have experience tutoring undergraduate-level linear algebra.

Classes I have tutored:

MIT 18.06 - Linear Algebra

University of Phoenix MTH360 - Linear Algebra

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Electrical Engineering

I have much experience working with electronics and teaching circuits. I have designed circuits for school projects and for my professional work, built my own loudspeaker crossovers, and upgraded the wiring in my vintage car. I have also taught Maxwell's equations, Kirchoff's laws, Thevenin and Norton equivalents, capacitors, diodes, and ideal op-amps. My approach is hands-on; students are encouraged to use my breadboard, meters, signal generator and parts to build and test their own circuits...
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Mechanical Engineering

I am a certified mechanical EIT in MA. The certification process involves passing the FE, an eight hour exam that tests competency in mechanical engineering topics such as statics, dynamics, vibrations, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and materials.

Classes I have tutored:

MIT 8.03 - Vibrations and Waves

BU ENG BE 436 - Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics

NEU CIVE5522 - Structural Analysis 2

UMass Amherst CE357 - Elementary Fluid Mechanics

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Civil Engineering

I have an SB in Civil Engineering from MIT. My undergraduate coursework covered structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, and fluid mechanics. As part of my coursework, I designed, constructed, and tested a 10ft span footbridge capable of holding 2000lbs. I am also a certified mechanical engineer in training and have experience tutoring advanced structural analysis.

Classes I have tutored:

NEU CIVE5522 - Structural Analysis 2

UMass Amherst CE357 - Elementary Fluid...