...Karsten would be an absolutely phenomenal professor and I guarantee he will spread a greater understanding and appreciation for physics."
"The most beneficial aspect of this recitation was definitely the instructor. Chu taught with enthusiasm and great knowledge. He made the recitations fun by injecting humor into the conversation of the work at the appropriate times. (read more)
...While there are many careers that do not use trigonometry directly, there are skills that are learned in trigonometry that can be applied in a wide range of ways. One example is that trigonometry provides experience in looking at one problem from a wide range of perspectives. This is a skill that is useful in any profession. (read more)
...I have worked at a learning center for five years to help high school students to improve their knowledge in math and their grades at their schools. After that I worked at private high schools with different level of students from beginner level to olympiad level students before I came to the United States. Now currently I am working as Substitute Teacher and tutoring SAT. (read more)
...I received a 35 on the math section of the ACT. I took differential equations at Penn State and received an A-. Since then, I have used differentials in most of my engineering classes and have continued to improve my skills at taking derivatives and integrals. I have taken many math classes that incorporate linear algebra. (read more)
...I have a degree in mathematics, and have taught calculus in a high school setting. In addition, I have tutored multiple clients in calculus over the past few years--both high school and college age--and have witnessed them succeed in their course. Grammar, punctuation, and word use are areas that have always interested me. (read more)