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Purdue University (Physics)
NYU - Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (Master's)
Hello, nice to meet you! My name is Marcos. I have an undergraduate degree in Physics and Math from Purdue University and a Masters in Math AND Computer Science from NYU.
I have previous subject and standardized test tutoring experience from The Huntington Learning Center. I have taught math and science to all ages and abilities and I work extremely well with kids. Learning should NOT be boring or abstract, and I try to make my sessions as fun and as relevant as possible.
I received perfect scores in Math SAT and GRE tests.
I was born in Mexico City, so I speak fluent Spanish
I hope to be able to help you or your child improve their scores and comprehension in any of my relevant subjects. I look forward to hearing from you! Hello, nice to meet you! My name is Marcos. I have an undergraduate degree in Physics and Math from Purdue University and a Masters in Math AND Computer Science
Very professional and well organized instructor. He explained his lessons very well and is very patient in doing so. I highly recommend Marcos to any one.
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Factoring, solving equations with unknowns, systems of equations, simplifying expressions, exponents, radicals, inequalities, word problems: distance, rate, time; mixture; direct variation, etc...
Simplifying algebraic expressions, exponents, radicals, solving linear equations, radical equations, systems of equations, functions, imaginary numbers, scientific notation, quadratic formula, inequalities, absolute value inequalities, graphing, piecewise functions, logarithms, direct and inverse variation, application problems, financial math (interest, amortization, and annuities).
First order equations, second and n'th order linear equations, series solutions, solution by Laplace transform, systems of linear equations. I have an undergraduate degree in Physics and Math from Purdue University and my Master's in Mathematics from NYU. I took this course at Purdue University and received an A.
Systems of linear equations, matrix algebra, vector spaces, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, diagonalization of matrices, applications. I have an undergraduate degree in Physics and Math from Purdue University and my Master's in Mathematics from NYU.