- Levels Taught:
- High School, College
As I majored in engineering, Calculus became secondhand. Tutoring and assisting those with it is something I can do.
You will learn:
Finding Derivatives using rules: power, quotient, product, and chain
Using implicit Differentiation
Related Rates and Problems
How to find Min and Max values on an interval
Knowing the Mean Value Theorem
Using the Second derivative test to know Concavity
Anti derivatives and Integration
Finding area using Riemann Sums
Using the fundamental theorem of calculus
And much more
- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- December 2014
That's how I believe every man and woman should become.
Most people put more time in one field and neglect everything else, when they should be efficient in multiple studies.
Being truly brilliant, is being truly knowledgeable overall.
In my life, I gained experience in many different fields and believed that it would be best to share them all with everybody else, and help each individual become someone knowledgeable in many different aspects of life too.
Because you never know, sooner or later, someone may ask for something that only you can help them with!
Taught several students in the guitar club how to play guitar, along with music theory.
Tutoring younger brother in middle school mathematics
Tutoring for my younger brother in highschool algebra
Anti Money and Finance Laws
Certified Personal Trainer
My son is quickly learning to read and play notes, beats and chords - which was broken down into basics and explained well. I think this will also improve his math understanding.
Jordan was very patient and personable with my son's lesson. It was his first time learning to play his beginner acoustic guitar. Jordan began with the basics, explaining frets, chords, how to pick and precisely tune listening to an online tuner.
The tuning homework exercise was just right for his introduction. He brought along his electric guitar and explained things for us in a way that was easy to understand and pick up. He is looking forward to his lessons.