Conor B

Swampscott, MA

Math, Pre-Calculus, English, Writing



Having a background as a C-130 Crew Chief for the U.S. Air Force has compelled me to peruse a degree in Mechanical Engineering. The passion developed while in technical school and at my duty station has transferred to my studies, resulting in a strong mathematical foundation.

Prior to enlisting, a B.A. in English with a minor in Education was obtained with the intent to educate. I was fortunate enough to put my skills into practice as a paraprofessional through the Beverly public schools and a private tutor. Skills learned ranged from planning lesson to implementing interventions.


Engineering Science Transfer (EST) Student, North Schore Community College

Subjects of Expertise

Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Writing, Pre-Calculus, College Counseling

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2 Tutorials by Conor B

Introduction to imaginary numbers

-Imaginary numbers are represented as i -You will see an imaginary number when there is a negative number within a square root. Imaginary numbers are typically accompanied by an exponent. It is important to understand the rules of exponents before continuing. Before diving into the sample problem, it is important to understand the structure of…

expanding logarithms using the property rules

Before attacking this problem, you should be familiar with these three rules: “b” represents the base 1: Product Rule: -log b (XY) = log b X + log b Y 2: Quotient Rule: -log b (x/y) = log b X – log b Y 3: Power Rule: -log b M^p = p log b M