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Michael tutored to reduce my son Algebra, and trigonometry. My son really learned a lot in the two sessions he had. He was impressed by his patients and his way to help understand what he was doing

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Algebra 1,
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AutoCAD,
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Algebra 1 and algebra 2 are connected. Algebra 1 is learning the basics, whereas algebra 2 is applying the basics in solving intermediate problems.

I am an expert in simplifying mathematical expression, solving equations (both linear and quadratic), translating word problems into equations, solving systems of equations (2 equations that consist of more than one variable), and graphing functions.

I have passed the 2008 Math A Regents with a score of 82.

I have passed the 2010 Math B Regents with a score of 84.

Math A and Math B were former names of the math courses. They were replaced with Integrated Algebra.

I have received A- in AutoCAD, A in Autodesk Inventor, and A- in SolidWorks. I have assisted others in my university who needed help in using AutoCAD. I also participated in an internship at NASA where I used SolidWorks in an assigned project to increase manufacturing efficiency. In addition, I used SolidWorks in my Senior Design class to assemble a gear mechanism for a trash compactor using different mating constraints such as gear mates. In addition, for anyone who is interested in manufacturing, I have experience in using Mastercam. Mastercam is a computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) program that applies manufacturing processes to AutoCAD applications.

Difference Quotient

Derivative rules:

-Power rule

-Product rule

-Quotient rule

-Chain rule

Evaluating limits of a function and determining if a function is continuous

Using first and second derivative tests to graph functions

Integrals:

-Substitution using the variable u

-Integration by parts

I am currently preparing high school students to take the Algebra 1 (Common Core) regents exam. The test asks questions on topics they would normally learn in 4 years, but is compacted into 1 year. I have reviewed with them the number system and different types of numbers in that system, in which they will apply when solving equations. This will help them to understand why the solution to a problem is valid. I have also explained to them different types of graphs and how each one is named as such. For example, linear graphs are given that name because when you connect all the points on the graph, you get a straight line. I am doing more than just showing them how to solve a problem. I am explaining to them why we choose a certain approach to solving that problem. When they understand which approach to use, they can apply it to establish an equation and find a solution with ease.

I received an A- when I took Differential Equations in Spring 2013 . When I took Dynamics and Vibrations of Machines in Fall 2013, I had to use differential equation concepts to solve every problem. I understand first order and second order differential equations and each type of equation can be homogenous or non-homogenous. For first order, you must first find the integrating factor and then multiply the original equation by that factor. Second order differentiation requires that you establish a characteristic solution and find the roots. Unlike first order, second order includes a second derivative term.

Mastery of the following:

Long multiplication

Long division

Fractions

Order of operations (PEMDAS)

Word problems

I am familiar with Windows Operating System.

Finding the measurements of different types of angles

Finding the interior and exterior angles of a polygon

Proof Theory

I received an A- when I took the course in Spring 2011 semester. I know how to write the syntax for a matrix & compute the sum, difference, cross product and element by element product of two matrices. I am familiar with the plot functions, finding the roots of a polynomial & finding the polynomial when the roots are known. I have also used MATLAB in my materials testing lab course when required to write reports in during Fall 2013 semester.

I majored in Mechanical Engineering Technology and I have a Bachelor's degree in this field of study. I received an A- in Applied Statics and Strengths of Materials, which is one of the most important topics covered in mechanical engineering. I understand the static equilibrium equations when you have the sum of the moments equal to zero and the sum of the forces equal to zero. I can even calculate the inertia of simple geometric shapes using the transfer formula. I also understand the Bernoulli concept in Fluid Mechanics which is the conservation of energy of a fluid flowing through a pipe. I received a B+ in this class.

I understand:

Logarithmic functions

Composition of functions

Dividing polynomials (fundamental and synthetic methods)

I have an Advanced Regents High School Diploma that I received when I graduated Flushing High School in June 2010. My math regents scores for Math A and Math B were 82 and 84 respectively. My science regents scores for Living Environment, Earth Science, and Physics were 94, 84, and 79 respectively. As for history, I received an 87 in Global and a 90 in United States.

This is my favorite AutoCAD software. I find it to be the most simplistic one for 3D modeling and assembling. The first time I took the course in learning this software, I received an A-. After successfully completing the course, I applied this AutoCAD software to complete my assignment in my NASA internship and complete a project in my senior design class. You can read more about this in my AutoCAD qualifications section. I have even exposed myself to the CSWP exam, in which the test emphasizes on configuring your 3D model and applying equations to manage your dimensioning. Other than that, I can also create pipes and vents using 3D sketching mode and more advanced 3D modeling techniques.

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