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Graduated from Texas A&M with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Electrical Engineering. Recently just finished a Masters of Research at Imperial College London, where I also taught second year students calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra. I love to help others see the fun in engineering. I can help with all

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Math:

Music:

Music Theory, Sight Singing
English:

Public Speaking
Test Preparation:

GRE, Computer:

MATLAB,
History:

American History
Business:

GRE, Microsoft PowerPoint, Public Speaking
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I use Algebra 2 in most every situation with math in my job (biomedical engineer). I can help students learn the basics that will help them master complex problems in the future.

I am a recent Masters of Biomedical Engineering graduate of Texas A&M University and have used calculus throughout my entire college career. In addition, I received a 4 on the AP Calculus BC test while in high school, and further added to that base of knowledge in college by not choosing to not skip any of the calculus courses at Texas A&M University. I can help the students here with the same homework and classes that I took as a freshman and sophomore, and help give relevant examples of how they work in the real (engineering) world.

I took linear algebra 3 years ago at Texas A&M and have used it in a wide variety of fields, from signal processing in electrical engineering to multivariate statistics. I used it regularly in research at Imperial College London and taught it to undergraduate students at the school.

I have programmed many projects using MATLAB. I created a heart monitor analyzing program in MATLAB and have most recently used it with machine learning applications. I feel very proficient with MATLAB.

I have taken both TAMU Physics classes (218 & 208) and have done well in both of them. I understand the difficulty that goes into learning these subjects and can help students get over that initial learning curve and do well in their classes.

I have taken a wide variety of statistics classes, from biostatistics to industrial engineering statistics, and have applied to data analyst jobs and biomedical engineering research. Sufficient knowledge to pass a Six Sigma yellow belt training course. Know a bit about multivariate statistics and machine learning applications that I can help with. Currently involved in using statistics for my contract work.

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