## Profile

I have two years of experience tutoring grade school students in Math, Guitar, and English.

I am knowledgeable in Physics, Calculus, Trigonometry, Algebra (1 & 2), English, Mandarin Chinese, U.S. History, World History, U.S. Government, Microsoft Office Suite, Java, Statistics, and Pre-Algebraic Mathematics.

I've taken and scored satisfactory marks on the SAT, AP Physics B and C Mechanics, AP U.S. History, AP Government, AP Statistics, AP English Literature and Composition, AP English Language and Composition, AP Calculus AB, and CLEP Analyzing Literature exams.

I am comfortable working in one on one, and small group settings, either in person or over a digital communication medium (i.e. Skype, Discord, etc.)

#### Education

Advanced Studies Diploma, currently working on Information Systems B.S.

## Subjects of Expertise

SAT Math, SAT Reading, SAT Writing, PSAT, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics, Physics, Writing, Reading, Grammar, Vocabulary, Chinese, Pre-Calculus, U.S. History, World History, Elementary Math (K-6th), Elementary Science (K-6th), Elementary Reading (K-6th), Elementary Writing (K-6th), GED

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# 2 Tutorials by Duncan F

## Mechanics Made Easy: Dimensional Analysis Posted by: Duncan F on Aug 20, 2017

In physics, a situation or formula can be evaluated by its dimensions (i.e. Length[L], Time[T], Mass[M], etc). Dimensional analysis, as it is called, checks to see if the dimensions of a formula are balanced on each side. This method of evaluation can be useful because it ensures both sides of an equation have matching units.…

## Mechanics Made Easy: Newton’s Laws of Motion Posted by: Duncan F on Aug 20, 2017

Newton’s First Law of Motion reads “An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.” This is where we get the idea of inertia: an object’s tendency to keep on its current course…

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