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Frank H.

Georgia Tech Ph.D. - Physics & Calculus tutor - Get results now!

Georgia Tech Ph.D. - Physics & Calculus tutor - Get results now!

$75/hour

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Get the understanding you need to do well on your physics or math exams!

I earned my Ph.D. in physics at Georgia Tech and tutor physics and math at both the college or high school level.

My tutoring style is 1) to the point, 2) friendly, and 3) fun because I love explaining and solving physics and math problems to those that are eager to learn.

I'll explain the concepts so you gain the context you need to understand the "what" and the "why" surrounding each concept. Context is critical...

Get the understanding you need to do well on your physics or math exams!

I earned my Ph.D. in physics at Georgia Tech and tutor physics and math at both the college or high school level.

My tutoring style is 1) to the point, 2) friendly, and 3) fun because I love explaining and solving physics and math problems to those that are eager to learn.

I'll explain the concepts so you gain the context you need to understand the "what" and the "why" surrounding each concept. Context is critical for solidifying your understanding and to help you remember.

I'll also explain the "how" to setup and work physics/math problems so you learn how to accurately apply your knowledge properly. I am quick when watching you solve a given problem to identify what aspect of the solution needs strengthening so you can progress quickly with good results. This way you can get "unstuck" in all the places that are challenging you during problem solving.

By following this approach to learning you will possess the understanding and confidence you need to do well on your physics and math exams.

I make learning physics and math interesting and fun because I enjoy seeing others understand it, too.


Education

Georgia Institute of Technology (Georigia Tech)
Physics
Georgia Institute of Technologhy (Georgia Tech - Physics)
Masters
Georgia Institute of Technologhy (Georgia Tech - Physics)
PhD

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Homeschool

Calculus,

Calculus

As a Ph.D. in Physics (Atomic/Molecular) from Georgia Tech, I have experience with and have tutored the following Calculus Courses/Topics with 5 Star Rating: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Single Variable Calculus: Limits, Derivatives, Integrals, Applications, Theorems, Series Convergence, Taylor Series/Theorem, Polar Functions, Conic Functions & Planes, Parametric Equations, etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. Multivariate Calculus: Partial Derivatives, Gradients, Double/Triple Integrals, Line/Surface/Volume Integrals, Applications, Theorems,Vector Calculus, Divergence/Curl, Flux, etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. Ordinary Differential Equations: Separation of Variable, 1st order linear solutions, 2nd order linear solutions, Theorems, Bernoulli, Sturm-Liouville, Cauchy-Euler, Laplace Transform solution, Power Series solution, Systems of Diff. Eqns., etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4. Complex Analysis: Complex numbers/functions, Cauchy-Riemann eqns., Laplace Eqn., complex derivatives, complex integrals, Theorems, Laurent Series, Residue Theorem, etc. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Physics

Physics

I have a Ph.D. Physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology. I have stellar reviews on wyzant.com from my many High School and College students over the years for all levels of Physics and Calculus.

Math

Calculus,

Calculus

As a Ph.D. in Physics (Atomic/Molecular) from Georgia Tech, I have experience with and have tutored the following Calculus Courses/Topics with 5 Star Rating: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Single Variable Calculus: Limits, Derivatives, Integrals, Applications, Theorems, Series Convergence, Taylor Series/Theorem, Polar Functions, Conic Functions & Planes, Parametric Equations, etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. Multivariate Calculus: Partial Derivatives, Gradients, Double/Triple Integrals, Line/Surface/Volume Integrals, Applications, Theorems,Vector Calculus, Divergence/Curl, Flux, etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. Ordinary Differential Equations: Separation of Variable, 1st order linear solutions, 2nd order linear solutions, Theorems, Bernoulli, Sturm-Liouville, Cauchy-Euler, Laplace Transform solution, Power Series solution, Systems of Diff. Eqns., etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4. Complex Analysis: Complex numbers/functions, Cauchy-Riemann eqns., Laplace Eqn., complex derivatives, complex integrals, Theorems, Laurent Series, Residue Theorem, etc. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Differential Equations,

Differential Equations

Differential equations relate a function to its relevant derivatives and associated functions in a way that can model physical systems mathematically and describe any characteristic rates of change. Therefore, a formal background in advanced physics requires a strong working knowledge of solving many types of differential equations. Differential equations predominate throughout the many branches of physics such as Classical Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, Quantum Mechanics, Thermodynamics, etc. I earned my Ph.D. in Physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) and am therefore well acquainted with differential equations and their solutions. Each type of differential equation has a particular solution approach to which it is best suited. The way to understand differential equations and their solutions is to be able to 1) identify the type of differential equation to be solved and then 2) know the best mathematical method for solving the given type identified. The type of differential equations that are solvable in closed form that are within the scope of tutoring are the many categories of multi-order linear Ordinary Differential Equations and a few of the simpler Partial Differential Equations. This set of differential equation types comprise most differential equations that will be encountered in a high school or an undergraduate college curriculum. Knowing how to identify these types of differential equations and utilize their associated mathematical solution methods is the key to find their general solution. If boundary conditions are known, a particular solution may also be found for the differential equation as well.
Physics

Physics

I have a Ph.D. Physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology. I have stellar reviews on wyzant.com from my many High School and College students over the years for all levels of Physics and Calculus.

Most Popular

Calculus,

Calculus

As a Ph.D. in Physics (Atomic/Molecular) from Georgia Tech, I have experience with and have tutored the following Calculus Courses/Topics with 5 Star Rating: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Single Variable Calculus: Limits, Derivatives, Integrals, Applications, Theorems, Series Convergence, Taylor Series/Theorem, Polar Functions, Conic Functions & Planes, Parametric Equations, etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. Multivariate Calculus: Partial Derivatives, Gradients, Double/Triple Integrals, Line/Surface/Volume Integrals, Applications, Theorems,Vector Calculus, Divergence/Curl, Flux, etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. Ordinary Differential Equations: Separation of Variable, 1st order linear solutions, 2nd order linear solutions, Theorems, Bernoulli, Sturm-Liouville, Cauchy-Euler, Laplace Transform solution, Power Series solution, Systems of Diff. Eqns., etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4. Complex Analysis: Complex numbers/functions, Cauchy-Riemann eqns., Laplace Eqn., complex derivatives, complex integrals, Theorems, Laurent Series, Residue Theorem, etc. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Physics

Physics

I have a Ph.D. Physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology. I have stellar reviews on wyzant.com from my many High School and College students over the years for all levels of Physics and Calculus.

Science

Physics

Physics

I have a Ph.D. Physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology. I have stellar reviews on wyzant.com from my many High School and College students over the years for all levels of Physics and Calculus.

Summer

Calculus,

Calculus

As a Ph.D. in Physics (Atomic/Molecular) from Georgia Tech, I have experience with and have tutored the following Calculus Courses/Topics with 5 Star Rating: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Single Variable Calculus: Limits, Derivatives, Integrals, Applications, Theorems, Series Convergence, Taylor Series/Theorem, Polar Functions, Conic Functions & Planes, Parametric Equations, etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. Multivariate Calculus: Partial Derivatives, Gradients, Double/Triple Integrals, Line/Surface/Volume Integrals, Applications, Theorems,Vector Calculus, Divergence/Curl, Flux, etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. Ordinary Differential Equations: Separation of Variable, 1st order linear solutions, 2nd order linear solutions, Theorems, Bernoulli, Sturm-Liouville, Cauchy-Euler, Laplace Transform solution, Power Series solution, Systems of Diff. Eqns., etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4. Complex Analysis: Complex numbers/functions, Cauchy-Riemann eqns., Laplace Eqn., complex derivatives, complex integrals, Theorems, Laurent Series, Residue Theorem, etc. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Physics

Physics

I have a Ph.D. Physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology. I have stellar reviews on wyzant.com from my many High School and College students over the years for all levels of Physics and Calculus.

Ratings and Reviews


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Reviews


Patient and knowledgeable

He took the time to make sure my daughter understood important concepts and assisted with scheduling tutoring on a consistent basis. So blessed and grateful to have found the best fit for her.

NYESHA, 6 lessons with Frank

Awesome Teacher

Dr. Frank is a very nice teacher, he tried to understand my problem with math and created a plan to make me get caught up and then get a week ahead from my class. In only one hour he was able to review previous subjects and teach me various topics. He also showed me in details all of the concepts to make me understand where everything came from. I am definitely seeing him again.

Yashpreet, 5 lessons with Frank

Great teacher !

Frank was excellent with helping my son with his work and then even called me to tell me that my son was very bright. Highly recommend!

Matthew, 1 lesson with Frank

Knowledgeable and patient tutor. Plus he makes calculus problems much easier!!!

He helped me with the calculus involved with the physics i am doing. First, to integrate the sin^x, i had to do that as part of a physics problem. I had NO IDEA how to integrate sin^2 (x), without looking in an integral table! Then Frank here showed me that there is this neat little trig identity that says sin^2 x =( 1-cos 2x)/2 . Integrating this amounts to a simple u substitution!!!! Deffffinitely helps to know that... :-) Then, there was this certain derivative that would be messy if i were to leave it in its current form, because it had a function of the type f (x) = sin(ax) cos(ax) in numerator, and g(x) = sin(bx)cos(bx) in denominator, and to try to take the derivatives, f prime and g prime, to apply LHopital 's rule, is messy. However, because he showed me a table of trig identities and he said to look for a trig identity if I am integrating something (or taking derivative), the trig identity sin 2 theta = 2 cos theta sin theta, made my work easier!! I now feel more comfortable with the calculus now that he filled me in, and calculus is an important part of physics, yes i recommend him!

Sarah, 1 lesson with Frank

Volume by Rotation

Excellent knowledge and teaching on the subject of Volume by Rotation. Also, we appreciate Frank’s flexibility and availability. This was very important as I’m taking Multivariate Calculus.

Kevin, 19 lessons with Frank

Frank is amazing.

Frank has helped my daughter understand some complex concepts in physics and math really well. I greatly appreciate his help. Frank had excellent mastery over his subjects which has inspired my daughter to excel in physics.

Raj, 21 lessons with Frank

Very knowledgeable and patient

I appreciate how he makes a plan from day one and follows through. He also makes the student responsible for following through on their end which is a key to their success!

Karen, 5 lessons with Frank

so glad we found him!

With just one session my sons confidence grew and he now is interested in the subject. He breaks it down into easy bite size pieces. Thanks Dr Frank!

Kendra, 3 lessons with Frank

Excellent teacher!

Dr. Frank is a patient, kind and knowledgeable teacher. My daughter was struggling with Calculus BC and he quickly filled in missing pieces and competently explained the concepts for her. I would highly recommend Dr. Frank!

Michele, 13 lessons with Frank
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Frank H.

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