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I am a recent graduate of the University of California, San Diego with a double major in Chemical Engineering and Applied Mathematics (GPA: 3.5 and 3.87 respectively for each major). And I am also a

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He helped me learn many different kinds a of functions as well as how to input certain controls or commands into a graphing calculator. Overall, an amazing tutor, if there was a 10/10 option, I would definitely rate 10/10.

Took his time and went over material several times to made sure I understood. Will definitely use Sankarshan again very soon!

Great and very knowledgeable tutor! Got back to me very quickly and open to meeting as often as needed. Flexible schedule. I highly recommend him!

I'm so thankful for Sankarshan and his willingness to help me with my current course. I don't know what I would have done if I didn't find him.

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I have taken C++ in college. This course was used as an introduction to object-oriented programming. I have also used C# in my work. The language is similar.

I have taken C++ in college. This course was used as an introduction to object-oriented programming. I have also used C# in my work. The language is similar.

I have a degree from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) in Chemical Engineering with a 3.5 GPA. In UCSD, Chemical Engineering is part of the Nanoengineering department and we had to study alot with the Nanoengineers. I have tutored other students in Chemical Engineering subjects. Some of these subjects include momentum, heat, and mass transfer, chemical reaction engineering, thermodynamics, and basic chemical engineering computation courses. They have reported to me very strongly. I have also tutored people in courses that are related to chemical engineering and I have done very well.

Starting from the time from Fall 2009, I have taken and tutored students in Differential Equations. I have also tutored people in Partial Differential Equations (a more advanced topic).

The way I teach presents the subject in an intuitive and accessible manner.

I am a recent graduate of the University of California, San Diego with a double major in Chemical Engineering and Applied Mathematics.

I have taken a logic course during the Summer-Fall 2010 as part of my mathematics training.

As a mathematician, I have to be trained in logic in order to succeed. I also have to regularly use logic when proving theorems in the courses.

Part of my logic course included truth values and truth tables. I have also had to do proofs for DeMorgan's Theorem and many other theorems.

Econometrics is the subject in economics where one uses the principles of regression (linear and otherwise) and statistics for the purpose of modeling. There is also a substantial use of distributions (mostly normal).

As an Engineer and Mathematician, I have had to learn statistics to a very high degree (it was also calculus based). I have also have to use regression for the purposes of coming up with an approximate relationship for data.

I have knowledge of this subject from my mathematics background. As a mathematician, I have to take Abstract Algebra to graduate. In this class, we cover a substantial amount of finite math for groups and fields. The subject is especially covered for fields.

I also know the subject from personal study in number theory (most of number theory is finite math).

I was first introduced to this subject back in Fall 2009. I have also used this subject in conjunction with Differential Equations (the theory of Linear Differential Equations is based on linear algebra). I have even tutored students in this subject.

I am a recent graduate of the University of California, San Diego with a double major in Chemical Engineering and Applied Mathematics. Thus, I have taken this course during the Summer-Fall 2010 as part of my mathematics training.

As a mathematician, I have to be trained in logic in order to succeed. I also have to regularly use logic when proving theorems in the courses.

Examples include (but are not limited to) proofs by contradiction, bi-conditional proofs (if and only if), and conditional proofs.

I had to use this software for internship that I had from Aug. 2014 - Feb. 2015. This internship required that I solve partial differential equations as part of the required numerical analysis. I also had to use the software to plot the solutions. So I have a somewhat specialized knowledge of it.

I am currently taking a Data Science Specialization program in Johns Hopkins. All of the programming is done in R. I have to use R to write scripts to clean data. I also have to use R for computing purposes.

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