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Colorado State University 2015 - Physics
"...of experience tutoring. I have been teaching assistant for physics courses aimed to students with different backgrounds such..."
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Bryce Z. Gainesville, FL Physics tutor
University of Florida 2014 - Environmental Engineering Sciences
"Two years of tutoring experience in Physics I/II and Chemistry I/II at the University of Florida Teaching Center.  I..."
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Abilene Christian University 2014 - Physics
"...the right method for each student. During my studies in Physics at Abilene Christian University, I served as a tutor,..."
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Missouri University of Science and Technology 2018 - Computer Science
"...but I'm also strong in various mathematics (trigonometry, calculus, algebra, geometry) and sciences (physics and chemistry)."
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Universidad Mayor de San Andres 2012 - Physics
" well teached several math subjects that are related for physics major. I also code as well in Mathematica and Python. I..."
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BITS Pilani, Rajasthan 2012 - Accounting & Civil Engineering
"...over the world. I have taught structure engineering, soil mechanics, hydraulics engineering, analysis of structure,..."
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University of New Mexico 2016 - Electrical Engineering
"...Geometry, Spanish, English Composition and Physics. Over the summer I was a teacher assistant for the..."
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Andrew P. Philadelphia, PA Physics tutor
University of Pennsylvania 2008 - Mechanical engineering/fluid mechanics
"...and have helped a number of people in the past in areas like bioelectricity, B-spline surfaces, combustion, and chemical..."
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The University of Edinburgh 2015 - Electronics
"...up the lessons. I was most interested in Mathematics, Physics, Electronics and Computer science. From my school days I..."
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Andhra university 2014 - Physics
" teaching and I have taught almost all the topics in physics. Generally, we find students with different capabilities..."
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“What is Physics?” in our tutors’ words:

  • Physics is the study of nature. The universe is full of many strange and chaotic interactions and it is the goal of physics to describe the underlying patterns to these phenomena.

    Answered by Mac B.

  • Physics is the study of the real world. It is unlike biology in that it not only encompasses things that are alive, but also things that are not alive, things that are extremely large or extremely small, and things that may or may not exist. The most common way of expressing physical laws is by mathematics Because of this, a lot of people find physics extremely challenging. It can be, but if one perseveres, they will find view the world, nay, universe, in a much different perspective.

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