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I welcome your questions on algebra, 2D and 3D geometry, parabolic functions and conic sections, and any other mathematical queries you may have.

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4 years as a drop-in and by-appointment tutor at Champlain College. Private tutor for dozens of clients over the past 8 years.


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Bachelor of Science, Major Mathematics and Major Economics, McGill University, 2014. Diploma of Collegiate Studies; Pure and Applied Science, Champlain College Saint-Lambert, 2010.

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2017-03-22 Decimal Number Indices:

Hi Prashant,    Yes.  When the power is expressible as a fraction p/r, then x^(p/r) equals the rth root of x^p.  When the power is a non-repeating decimal and cannot be expressed as a fraction, we can

2017-03-12 Simple Harmonic Motion:

Hi Prashant,    Simple harmonic motion involves an ordinary differential equation rather than a partial differential equation.  For it to be a partial differential equation, the derivative(s) must be those

2017-02-25 Volume of a Sphere:

Hi Mia!    How much air is inside the bubble is the same as asking for the volume of a bubble.  A bubble is a sphere, and the volume of a sphere is found by V=(4πr^3)/3, where r is the radius.  So

2017-01-19 Direct and Inverse Varation:

Hi Aishwarya,    Direct and inverse variation are not the same as cross multiplying.  They are concepts used in problem solving.    Direct variation is when the independent variable increases proportionally

2017-01-19 Percentage:

Hi Aishwarya,    Historically, 1 out of 100 was a convenient ratio for a rate of taxation.  It became a standard concept over time.    Mathematically, a percentage is just a fraction with a denominator


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