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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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2017-04-19 Compute Average of Surds:

Hi Prashant,    An average is a sum of terms divided by the count of terms.  Therefore, as long as you know how to add surds, you can compute an average.  Surds generally cannot be simplified when added

2017-03-26 Trigonometric Computations:

Hi Prashant,    Using the following trigonometric identities, we can compute all of those.    sin(x+y) = sin(x)cos(y)+sin(y)cos(x)  cos(x+y) = cos(x)cos(y)-sin(x)sin(y)  tan(x+y) = [tan(x)+tan(y)] / [1-tan(x)tan(y)]

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


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