Hi, I have a B.S. in mechanical engineering (magna cum laude), an A.S. in math, and an A.A. in general studies with an emphasis on biological and physical sciences. I know that some challenges can seem overwhelming, and that is why I am here to help you move forward.
If you feel embarrassed because you don't know something, don't worry about it with me. I want to know thoroughly what you don't know so I can help you as much as possible. Do not be afraid to tell me what you don't know; I'm...
Hi, I have a B.S. in mechanical engineering (magna cum laude), an A.S. in math, and an A.A. in general studies with an emphasis on biological and physical sciences. I know that some challenges can seem overwhelming, and that is why I am here to help you move forward.
If you feel embarrassed because you don't know something, don't worry about it with me. I want to know thoroughly what you don't know so I can help you as much as possible. Do not be afraid to tell me what you don't know; I'm here to make sure you can gain confidence so that you can meet those academic challenges head on with boldness.
I have a firm grasp of all math subjects from arithmetic and algebra to calculus. Do you need help factoring a trinomial? Do you need help determining the least common denominator in order to add fractions? Maybe you need assistance to solve equations with logarithms and variables in an exponent? Do you need help determining a limit? Perhaps you need help with differentiation or integration? I can help.
As a mechanical engineer, I also understand physics. Are Newton's laws giving you a headache? Are you having trouble understanding the difference between mass and weight? Do you find the concept of work puzzling? Need help using Ohm"s Law for electric circuits?
If you need help in programming, I know MATLAB and Arduino programming (similar to C). I know how to program Arduinos and build an electronics project with them.
If you need help with CAD, I know how to use SolidWorks. I have some exposure to Unigraphics (NX). I also have done some static-stress simulations using SolidWorks (FEA). I'm also currently learning to use Ansys for FEA and CFD as well.