I am a recent college graduate from the University of Rochester and have bachelors degrees in both physics and mathematics. While in school I was a TA in the physics department where I taught undergraduates in introductory level physics classes for 3 years. Additionally, I was awarded a teaching award by the University of Rochester for my work as a TA.
With an extensive background in physics and math I can tutor students in either subject at the advanced undergraduate level or below. In math this includes high school math, calculus, linear algebra, and college level math. For physics this includes all levels from high school through seniors in college.
B.S. Physics and B.S. Mathematics
Subjects of Expertise
SAT Math, ACT Math, ACT Science, GRE Math, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics, Physics, Astronomy, Physical Science, Pre-Calculus
|Last Login||Jun 1st 2017|
|Registered Since||Jun 1st 2017|
We will attempt to derive the power rule for derivatives from the limit definition of the derivative. For the purposes of this problem we will limit ourselves to positive integer exponents.