I'm a recent graduate of the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey (May 2013). I've since moved to the Baltimore area following my acceptance to the Graduate Atmospheric

Physics Program at UMBC. I am an astute undergraduate physicist in areas such as: Classical Mechanics,

Electromagnetism, Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, and Special Relativity. With all of this comes a deal of

math, and I am more than capable concerning Single and Multivariate

Calculus,

Linear Algebra, as well as standard and some advanced mathematical methods involved with undergraduate physics.

I've studied many aspects of computational

science at the graduate level as well. My undergraduate research involved the computational analysis of time-evolving temperature fields and kindled in me an understanding of

UNIX operating systems as well as an understanding of basic shell,

C, intermediate to advanced

Python and

Java programming languages.

I aspire to be an educator, so I take tutoring somewhat seriously. I've been tutoring physics throughout my entire undergraduate career, so I know the pitfalls that first and second year students fall prey to concerning theory as well as

mathematics.

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Start by remembering that you'll get a vertical asymptote where you get an undefined ...or infinite result. In rational functions, this generally happens when the denominator goes to 0 for some value .... you can't divide by 0, even with polynomials!
I'd do this by factoring the denominator...

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