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...I have a Bachelors of Science in Physics from Brown University, a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Brown University and Rhode Island State Teaching Certification. Physics has been one of my biggest passions from a very young age. I took all of the Physics classes I could handle in high school and college, covering a range of topics from basic mechanics to advanced quantum **physics**.

...I have 13 years of experience teaching in both formal and informal education, and have frequently tutored math and **physics** for high school and college students. I've taught pre-K through graduate level courses and workshops, primarily **physics**, astronomy, and math. For over four years I worked a...

...I tutor most math subjects (from elementary through college calculus) and **physics** (through college level 1 and 2). I have students at many of the top schools in and around NYC, including NYU, Trinity, Horace Mann, Hunter College Elementary, Collegiate, Dalton, Chapin, Fieldston, Hotchkiss, Loyol...

...I have helped students master the fundamentals of conic sections, exponents, logarithms, functions, inverse functions, vectors, complex numbers, imaginary numbers, parametric equations, polar coordinates, spherical coordinates, and trigonometric functions. I have helped two different students ac...

...I like to help by finding out what areas need more explanation, and watching problems melt away once gaps are filled in. Trigonometry is the study of relationships of angles and side lengths in right triangles. What can we say about the length of the opposite side of a right triangle if we know one of the smaller angles?

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