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Texas A&M University
My name is Franky and I am a proud recent graduate from Texas A&M University with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering and a Minor in Mathematics, WHOOP! As an engineer I have an excellent and thorough background in physics-classical mechanics & thermodynamics, mathematics, and computer programming (C++, Matlab, Visual Basic). The following is a sample of the courses I've taken relevant to the subjects previously stated:
College Algebra, PreCal, Cal I, Cal II, Cal II, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra for Mathematicians, Linear Algebra for Engineers, and Advanced Engineering Math (Partial Differential Eqns., Perturbations, etc.)
Engr Physics I-Mechanics, Engr Physics II-Electricity and Magnetism, Basic Astronomy, Thermodynamics, Combustion, Dynamics I, Dynmaics II, Dynamics and Controls.
I did not take an official course that taught programming; however, C++ and Matlab were required tools used in most of my courses such as Numerical Methods (math using a computer) and Dynamics and Controls (complex physics solved with computers). I am basically self taught and if you are a college student reading this profile, I've been through your plight.
While many of my past students have been fellow classmates or college students in general, I adapt to any given situation quickly. If you are struggling with any of the above subjects, you have come to the right place for help. I was also Salutatorian of my high school class, so I can also help with anything at the grade level. Howdy!
My name is Franky and I am a proud recent graduate from Texas A&M University with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering and a Minor in Mathematics, WHOOP! As an engineer I have an excellent and thorough background in … Read more
Francisco is a great tutor. He is patient and polite and knows his subjects very well. I highly recommend him.
Franky was prompt to return emails and phone calls which made me think we're off to a great start. His personality is a perfect match for my daughter whom he is tutoring for college Algebra 1. I'm looking forward to seeing if he can gradually change her attitude toward math, but will be content with her passing the class. When he left, I looked at her, she had a smile on her face and gave me two thumbs up. That's a huge compliment coming from an 18 year old female.
Addressed all questions and answered them. Patient, dedicated, and alert. Will respond to your needs/questions in Cal 2. Very flexible in time and scheduling. Speedy and great communication.
Francisco helped me with a college calculus class. He explained everything in great detail so it made it easier the understand. Also, he was available at a very short notice. I had a great experience and will call him again when needed.
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I have a degree in Aerospace Engineering and while our specialties are different, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering are very similar. Our crossover fundamentals include:
Cal I, Cal II, Cal III, Differential Equations, Engineering Linear Algebra, Numerical Methods, Physics I and II, Thermodynamics, Structural Analysis I, II, and III and many more to name. In the end, engineering is about critical problem solving that needs the physical sciences and high level mathematics as tools to find a solution.