All Math subjects(PRE-ALGEBRA, ALGEBRA I, II , TRIGONOMETRY ,COORDINATE GEOMETRY , CALCULUS, GEOMETRY.
I earned my Masters degree in Engineering with Math as one of the major subjects .
Engineering stream exposes the very practical application of math in day to day life and the best example is, maximizing the productivity /profit of a firm ( which takes the base of calculus) .
Engineering Math emphasized more on advanced Algebra, calculus and also covered the applications of Trigonometry and Geometry at advanced level.
I had been working as a online math tutor for Middle school,high school,and college Grades. Since I learned the advanced level of math , I am quite comfortable in handling Middle school,High school and college Math .
I had been teaching math offline and freelancing as online math tutor for past 5 years and had come across various educational standards and diversified students from different parts of the world.
As an online tutor,I was able to widen my scope and knowledge for math tutoring as each country has its own unique way of designing the Math curriculum and emphasizing the importance and application of Math in day to day life.
Experience: 5 years
A course in precalculus algebra using the graphing calculator. Topics include graphs and functions, quadratic equations and inequalities, theorems about zeros of polynomial functions, rational functions, inverse functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations and inequalities, conics, sequences, series.
A beginning algebra course that includes performing fundamental operations on real numbers; exponents; solving linear equations and inequalities; applications; functions; graphing linear equations; slope; systems of linear equations.
A continuation of Beginning Algebra I including exponents and polynomials; factoring polynomials; rational expressions and equations; solving quadratic equations; graphing quadratic functions; roots and radicals.
Methods and theory of trigonometry including trigonometric functions, solution of right triangles, identities and trigonometric equations, graphs, inverse trigonometric functions, solution of oblique triangles, and complex numbers.
The emphasis of the course is measurement and geometry. Topics include basic notations of Geometry, choosing appropriate units, unit conversions, estimating measurement, measurement of length, circumference, measurement of weight, measurement of area, temperature, angles and parallels, Geometric constructs, angles of a triangle, polygons, centers and lines of symmetry, congruent figures, similarity, tessellations, area of triangles, area of other polygons, the Pythagorean Theorem, surface area, and volume.
Topics include functions; limits and continuity; differentiation; applications of derivatives.
Topics include integration; applications of definite integrals; integrals and transcendental functions; and techniques of integration.