University of South Florida (Math and Engineering)
University of South Florida (Master's)
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (Other)
My background is in engineering and mathematics, however, my passion is for mathematics. I have a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Bachelors degree in Mathematics. I have worked for over five years as a research engineer and have over five years experience teaching and tutoring mathematics at the grade school, high school, and college level. In addition, I have over 20 earned credit hours of graduate study in mathematics and therefore, in the state of Florida, I am qualified to teach any math class at the grade school, high school, and college level. My personal approach to tutoring is to become both a coach and mentor to the student by patiently catering to their needs for the subject which they are studying. I believe the best way to learn is by doing and the best way to do is by practicing.
With my background as an engineer I am accustomed to seeing math at work and applied to solving real-world problems on a daily basis. As a result I am able to draw on a countless number of examples of how Math is used to solve real, relevant problems. Therefore, because of my extensive background I am also able to tutor students in physics and engineering. I am open to working with any age group and any student who has a desire to learn these subjects.
My background is in engineering and mathematics, however, my passion is for mathematics. I have a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Bachelors degree in Mathematics. I have worked for over five years as a research engineer and have over five years experience teaching and tutoring mathematics at the grade school, high school, and
BA in Mathematics and MS in Engineering. Have been teaching and tutoring math courses for over 5 years now. Also have over 20 earned credit hours of graduate mathematics study.
BA in Mathematics and MS in Mechanical Engineering. Also have over 20 earned credit hours of graduate study in Mathematics.
At the core of my studies as a mathematician is differential equations. I am currently studying complex analysis which has everything to do with differential equations. I have taken over half a dozen courses on the subject itself and many more courses which involve differential equations. In the study of mathematics whenever you are dealing with change or rates of change you will more than likely encounter a differential equation as a model for the event which is being studied. I have extensive background dealing with both ordinary and partial differential equations and have access to resources pertaining to the modeling and solution of differential equations.
Finite math is defined as all the math subjects below calculus. I have taught and tutored these courses. For example, Algebra I, Algebra II, survey class in mathematics, etc. Educational background is BA in Mathematics and over 20 earned credit hours of graduate Mathematics study.
As an undergraduate in both mathematics and engineering I took over 4 courses in linear algebra. As a graduate I took 2 courses in linear algebra. At the heart of linear algebra is the manipulation of spaces and accounting for variables in these spaces. The basic approach to studying linear algebra to understand that you are dealing with n-dimensional vector spaces which in one way or another are in relation to each other. If we understand the relations between these spaces we can understand their impact on one another.
I have a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering and have worked for over five years as a research Mechanical Engineer. My particular field in ME is fluid mechanics and heat transfer but I can help with any undergraduate class in ME.