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Algebra 1

I'm a postdoctoral research associate conducting physics research. Algebra is a fundamental building block that allows us to access and explore many other types of mathematics and is essential for those interested in the sciences. I use algebra on a daily basis in my research, and am currently tutoring and have tutored algebra many times in the past.

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Algebra 2

I am a postdoctoral research associate in a physics program and use algebra every day in my research activities. I have tutored students on many occasions in the past in algebra. I was also a teaching assistant for two years at the college level, teaching math based physics.

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Calculus

I am a postdoctoral research associate in physics, and have completed several courses in higher level mathematics, including at least three semesters of calculus. I am up to date in my knowledge especially because I use calculus almost daily in my research. I have also often helped many of my undergraduate friends in calculus.

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Geometry

I am a postdoctoral research associate in physics and I use mathematics every day in my research activities. Knowledge of geometry is very important in the sciences, and in engineering. In particular, I have knowledge from basic elementary geometry which you may encounter in grade school, all the way up to college level geometry, such as the application of the so-called first and second fundamental forms, Bezier curves, Christoffel symbols, diffeomorphisms, and applications of geometry to space-time...
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Physics

I attended undergraduate studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and obtained a B.S. in physics. I also hold an M.S. in physics from the same institute. I have obtained a Ph.D. in physics jointly from Rensselaer and from University of Paris 11. My knowledge of physics spans a large number of topics, both at the graduate and undergraduate level. I have also helped teach four courses (two years worth) at the undergraduate level in physics as a TA, including two semesters of Modern Physics, one...
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Prealgebra

I am a postdoctoral research associate in physics and use mathematics every day in my research activities, from algebra all the way up to calculus and differential equations and complex analysis. I have tutored students on many occasions in the past in algebra, and look forward to branching out to other topics. I was also a teaching assistant for two years at the college level, teaching math based physics.

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Trigonometry

Trigonometry is a very essential tool for understanding geometry, and plays a very big role in being able to solve basic problems in physics and calculus. As a postdoctoral research associate in physics, I am in a unique position to appreciate how important a role this branch of mathematics plays in many other fields. I have taken many courses at the undergraduate and graduate level which require extensive use of trigonometry, and I feel that I'm equipped with the experience to not only teach...
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Physical Science

I attended undergraduate studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and obtained a B.S. in physics. I also hold an M.S. in physics from the same institute and a Ph.D. in physics jointly from Rensselaer and from University of Paris 11. As part of the curriculum, it is required that physics majors have a working knowledge of general physical science, even beyond physics curriculum. I am versed in basic college level biology and chemistry, and have a strong root in physics and computer science....
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Elementary Math

I am currently a postdoctoral research associate in physics at UMass Amherst. I live and breathe math every day of my life, as a researcher at Jefferson lab. For those young folks aspiring to a career in science, the best place to start is a solid foundation in basic math!