I am a third year Math and Physics double major at UF. I've been tutoring Calculus for over 2 years now. Not only is it rewarding to help give students an appreciation for math and science, but tutoring also helps me to gain a better core understanding of the material myself. This better understanding allows me to explain things more clearly. As Einstein said, "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." Therefore, I can approach explaining a problem in many differ... [more]
Familiar with Analytic Geometry & Calculus I - III (MAC2311, MAC2312, MAC2313 at UF). I'm also familiar with Functions of a Complex Variable (MAA4402 / MAA5404 at UF), also called complex analysis. I've also taken Advanced Calculus I (MAA4211 at UF) also called real analysis.
Completed Elementary Differential Equations (MAP2302) at UF. Received an A in the class and 100% on the Final Exam. Course covered the following topics: First-order ordinary differential equations, theory of linear ordinary differential equations, solution of linear ordinary differential equations with constant coefficients, the Laplace transform and its application to solving linear ordinary differential equations.
I am a second year Math and Physics double major at UF. Completed proof based linear algebra (MAS4105 at UF). Course covered linear equations, matrices, vector spaces, linear transformations, determinants, eigenvalues and inner-product spaces. Emphasized theoretical aspects of linear algebra however also developed computational tools. I'm also familiar with Abstract Algebra (MAS4301 at UF).
Completed Sets and Logic (MHF3202 at UF). Got an A in the course and near perfect scores on every exam. The course covered truth tables, tautologies, applications to mathematical arguments, mathematical induction, quantifiers, and techniques of writing proofs. I have also since gained extensive experience in writing more advanced proofs.