Nathan D.


Nathan D.

Tutor

Bowling Green, KY 42103

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Math and Science Nate

I did my undergraduate career at Western Kentucky University in mathematics and electrical engineering. I graduated with an overall GPA of 3.87. I then did graduate work at Tennessee Technological University in electrical engineering. My project focused on chemical engineering, electrical engineering, and physics. I graduated with a GPA of 3.88. In my free time, I enjoy spending time outside. This includes farming, hiking, and any other outdoor activities.... [more]


Algebra 1


Algebra 2


Calculus


Microsoft Excel


Geometry


Physics


Microsoft PowerPoint


Prealgebra


Precalculus


Trigonometry


SAT Math


GED


Probability


ACT Math


ACT Science


Elementary Math


Discrete Math

I majored in math at Western Kentucky University. One of the math courses I took was Discrete math. In this course we dealt with logic, probability, counting, and mapping. So I had exposure to all of these in the class.


Differential Equations

I majored in math at WKU and had differential equations as one of the courses. When I took differential equations, I made an A in the course. I was also exposed to differential equations with the electrical engineering courses that I took in my undergraduate study as well as my graduate study.


Linear Algebra

I majored in mathematics for my undergraduate career. One of the classes I took was linear algebra. I also majored in electrical engineering, which used matrices and other aspects of linear algebra for circuit analysis.


MATLAB

I majored in electrical engineering at WKU and we used MATLAB in classes and assignments. I also have a masters degree in electrical engineering and used MATLAB in some of the classes that were used towards getting that degree. I was also a grader for a class that taught MATLAB.


Chemical Engineering

For my graduate project I worked with making plastic optical fiber from polymers and nanoparticles. I also doped nanoparticles in to bulk polymer and monomer samples to create a current sensor. In order to perform this project, I had to learn and utilize much chemical engineering. The chemical engineering involved with this project was polymer engineering and nanoparticles. I have taken chemical engineering and chemistry courses.


Electrical Engineering

I have a bachelor of science in electrical engineering from Western Kentucky University and a master's degree in electrical engineering from Tennessee Technological University. I spent nine months working on a CNC engraver that engraved the inside of a concrete canoe. I took the Certified Labview Associate Developer exam in spring 2012 and passed. In spring 2012, I took the Fundamentals of Engineering exam and passed.