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Physics and mathematics are subjects which can challenge even the brightest of students. You may need help understanding your current class, reviewing what you have forgotten from a prior class, or preparing for an upcoming AP test. I will tailor my instruction to meet your needs.

I will explain the physical and mathematical concepts and guide you through a variety of practice problems. I believe the real learning occurs when you are solving the problems.

I hold a Ph.D. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from the University of Washington, and I have nearly 40 years' experience working in the physical sciences in the private sector. I have used my knowledge of physics and mathematics to model and build high power gasdynamic lasers, to model and test hydraulic borehole mining systems, to study Arctic sea ice mechanics, and to analyze the potential energy savings of emerging energy efficient technologies. And I have tutored physics, mathematics, chemistry, and English to three students who later graduated as high school valedictorians.

Whether you are a college or high school student, I would like to help you to succeed.

Stu has been working with my daughter for about 5 weeks now. He takes great care to make sure she understands the tough concepts in either her pre-calculus or her AP Chemistry equations. He will also follow up via email with more ideas or ways to continue the teaching of what was covered during their time together. My daughter does not connect well with adults but feels very comfortable around Stu as they work through the very tough subject matter.

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