I graduated from SUNY Polytechnic Institute with Bachelor of Sciences in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering with minors in Math and Computer Science. I also hold a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) with 3.7 GPA, Concentration in Electrical Power System, along with a Graduate Certificate in Power System and Electronics from NYU-POLY in Brooklyn NY. I was attending NYU-POLY as a Ph.D. student in Electrical Engineering. However, due to my current Job I am taking... [more]
I have taught and tutored Algebra I to students with a very diverse ethnic background and of different abilities for more than fifteen years. With topics such as linear equations, ratios, quadratic equations, special factorizations, complex numbers, graphing linear and quadratic equations, linear and quadratic inequalities, functions, polynomials, exponents and logarithms, absolute value, sequences and series, etc. All of these topics I have studied extensively during my years of educational training.
As with Algebra 1, I have taught and tutored Algebra II to students with a very diverse ethnic background and of different abilities for over fifteen years. Also, as an engineer with an advanced degree in engineering, I have used Algebra II to solved complicated engineering problems.
I have taught and tutored Calculus to students with a very diverse ethnic background and of different abilities for more than fifteen years. Calculus I is primarily about derivatives which are the instantaneous rates of change. Calculus II is primarily about integrations or integrals which are the area under the curve. Calculus III or multivariable calculus covers topics like Euclidean 3-space and vectors (addition, scalar multiplication, dot products, cross products, etc.). Some additional covered topics are: curvature, partial derivatives, double and triple integrals (which will involve the conversion to polar, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates), line integrals, gradients, Green's Theorem, curl, divergence, and surface integrals.
My students of Geometry are from a diverse ethnic background with different abilities and I have taught them for over fifteen years. Geometry is challenging to students because it forces them to think of problems visually, by visualizing figures, forming equations and writing proofs. For students who are not visual learners and logical thinkers, this course poses great challenges.
Physics is an integral part of engineering and the basis for understanding engineering principles. As such, all engineering students are required to take Physics in the early stage of their curriculum. During my studies, I have grown to love physics because it helps to explain difficult subject matters. Physics is an enjoyable subject and one that requires passion. I have been tutoring Physics for years now and I truly enjoy this subject. With an advance degree in engineering and as a practicing engineer, I draw from the principles of Physics almost on a weekly basis. Because of its abstract nature; Physics is difficult for many students. Let me help you unlock the beauty of physics and reveal how enjoyable this topic can be.
Prealgebra is the foundation to Algebra I and Algebra II. This I have been teaching and tutoring for over fifteen years and it has enabled me to provide students with a strong foundation that will serve them well in the more advance math courses.
Precalculus is the foundation to calculus and having mastery of this course ensures a good understanding of calculus. The power of math starts with precalculus. I have tutored students successfully in Precalculus for over ten years and it is one of my favorite subjects.
I have taught and tutored trigonometry to students with a very diverse ethnic background and of different abilities for more than fifteen years. Trigonometry is a vital part of engineering and also the foundation for calculus. As an engineer with an advanced degree in engineering, I have also used trigonometry to solve complicated engineering problems. I have struggled with trigonometry in the past. However, with hard work and dedication I overcome the challenges. As someone who has overcome such challenges, I can help students to successfully accomplish the same.
The SAT Math test can be difficult for students without the proper training and sufficient practice. Students will therefore need to be adequately prepared and be very comfortable with the testing structure/format. Not only that, being familiar and comfortable with the type of questions and wordings is of utmost importance. I will help to diagnose your weak areas and develop a plan of study to improve your abilities in those areas. By using various strategies and techniques, I will help improve your ability to make educated an guess under those instances where you maybe uncertain of a particular question(s). I will use past released test materials as practice questions under real testing conditions to help students build their comfort and confidence level. Being comfortable in all these areas will help students be better prepared and relaxed on test day.
The ACT Math test can be significantly more difficult than the SAT. Therefore, students need to be well prepared and comfortable with the testing structure/format. They also need to be familiar with the type of questions and wordings. I will help to diagnose your weak areas and develop a plan of study to improve your abilities in those areas. By utilizing different strategies and techniques, I will help you improve your ability to make an educated guess under those instances where you maybe uncertain of a particular question(s). I will use past released test materials as practice questions under real testing conditions to help students build their comfort and confidence level. Being comfortable in all these areas will help students to be better prepared and relaxed on the test day.
With dual bachelors in electrical and computer engineering (BSEET an BSCompET), with minors in math and computer science, a masters in engineering (MSEE) and a current Ph.D. student, I have done my fair share of successful studying! Consequently, I have learnt the art of studying smarter, not harder. Further, during my eighteen plus years of tutoring, teaching and building a successful computer networking business, I have shown students how to and have utilized multiple effective methods. The proper organization of notes and thoughts are essential for any good study technique. Let me help you be a smarter and effective studier.
I have a BS degree in computer engineering with a minor in computer science from SUNYIT. I also ran a computer networking business for over ten years. During which time I functioned as a business IT consultant setting-up and configuring networks. I also provided consultations for small businesses and on a more personal basis setting up small office network and in-home networking. I set up both wired and wireless networks with wireless encryption security. I configured routers, firewalls, access points and servers.
A strong background in Calculus is needed to be successful in this course. As a professional engineer, differential equations is used to model all kinds of systems like control systems, mechanical system, electrical power systems, electrical circuits, etc. Solving differential equations involves taking the antiderivatives of functions.
I have a degree in computer engineering and minor computer science from SUNYIT. I took C++ and got an A grade, and I also tutored it for several years.
I started my computer networking business in 2002. Since then I have utilized QuickBooks in my own business, setting up company files for lawyers, doctors, deli?s, and even on an individual basis teaching personal accounting. I was also certified as a QuickBooks distributer and have taught QuickBooks to individuals and businesses.
I have taught and tutored at the university level. My educational background consist of dual bachelors in electrical and computer engineering, minors in math and computer science, a masters in engineering (MSEE) and a current Ph.D. student at NYU-POLY. I have successfully planned and executed my education path which made me a more rounded and educated engineer in my field. I have also planned and developed my career which seems to impress many employers. I have helped college students and working professionals successfully design and implement their career path
I have a degree in computer engineering with a minor in computer science from SUNYIT. I took C and got an A+ grade, and I also tutored it for several years.
With dual bachelors in electrical and computer engineering and minor in computer science, I have programmed in many different programming languages. Computer programming involves courses in math, computer science, logic, computer architecture, computer operating systems and data structures. It also involves different programming languages like C, C++, micro-programming, assembly language, java, visual basic, object oriented programming, numerical computation, and much more! All of these I have studied. As technology advances, many engineers are now crossing the boundary into computer science as a means of staying current. As an IT networking consultant, computer programming is a vital part of batch system configurations and deployments.
With dual bachelor's in electrical and computer engineering, and minors in math and computer science, I have a wealth of knowledge in this field. Computer science covers courses in math, logic, computer organization, computer architecture, computer operating systems and data structures, object-oriented design, discrete mathematics, algorithms and systems. It also involves different programming languages like C, C++, assembly language, java, UNIX, and much more! Many engineers are now crossing the boundary into computer science.
I have taught and tutored linear algebra to students with a very diverse ethnic background and of different abilities for more than fifteen years. Linear algebra is an advanced course normally taken by math, science and engineering majors. It covers Matrices, vectors, vector spaces, transformations, eigen vectors/values. It also covers all topics in a first year college linear algebra course. As an engineer, I use linear algebra to setup and solve complicated engineering problems.
With a degree in computer engineering and minor in computer science, I have taken five logic math and circuits courses.
As an IT consultant, I have configured Outlook on many occasions for business clients and for a number of individuals. As a Microsoft Certified Office Specialist, I have taught groups and individuals how to use Outlook. Also I use this program on a daily basis.
I have a BS degree in computer engineering with a minor in computer science from SUNYIT. I also ran a computer networking business for over ten years. As an IT consultant I supported Windows systems (95, 98, 2000, XP, Win7 and Win8). I have built, repaired and troubleshooted many computers over the years using Windows.
I hold dual bachelor's in electrical and computer engineering, minors in math and computer science, master's in electrical engineering (MSEE), and am a current Ph.D. student. I have also worked as a professional engineer for over twelve years designing power test equipment, control systems and motor controllers. Engineering is my passion and my goal is to become a college professor teaching what I love.
With dual bachelor's in electrical and computer engineering, and minors in math and computer science, I am most proficient in this field. Computer engineering is a hybrid of electrical engineering and computer science. Computer engineering involves courses in math, computer science, circuits, logic, computer architecture, computer operating systems, data structures, and many more!