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Silliman University,Philippines (Civil Engineering)
University of the Philippines (Master's)
I have graduated with a Diploma Graduate Studies in Math Teaching from the University of the Philippines and a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering. I have been successfully working in a manufacturing company in the last 10 years.
I have consistently done both paid and unpaid tutorial jobs since high school, through college and even as a professional working with some of my office mates' children. I have recently moved here in US, and while waiting to find a job, I would like to use some of my time to do tutorials as I have enjoyed doing this ever since. I have graduated with a Diploma Graduate Studies in Math Teaching from the University of the Philippines and a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering. I have been successfully working in a manufacturing company in the
Jennifer helped me prepare for the math section of my GRE's for graduate school. She was very flexible, on time, and extremely knowledgeable. She was able to teach me in a very short time how to successfully solve each of the problems which were giving me difficulty. She has a strong math background and is very patient! She is an all around wonderful tutor!. She also knows how to solve a wide range of problems (algebra, geometry, calc., etc.)
Jennifer is an excellent tutor for the adult learner if you have a hard time with math as I do. She was able to help me get through a survey of calculus, and PASS the course. There is no way I would have made it without her. Next year, my twins will have pre-calculus as one of their math courses, and I have already told her if they need help, I will be calling her FIRST! Thanks for all your help, Jennifer!
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I have taken this subject in high school, as well 9 units in college for my course in Civil Engineering. I have also started teaching this under the subject calculus.
In starting Differential Equations, it is important that certain preparatory topics are also discussed. These topics include graphs, linear function, understanding limits and their property as well well as being able to find these limits both graphically and numerically. It is also important to be able to evaluate limits analytically and cover continuity, one-sided limit and infinite limits.
After the tangent line problem is introduced, we can start showing the meaning of derivatives. I normally separate this into 4 areas; a. the basic derivatives which includes constant, simple function and a function with a numerical coefficient, b. the product and quotient rule, c. Chain rule and d. the implicit derivative.