Carleton University

I struggled with Math a lot when I was young, until I began to see the beauty of the topic, thanks to a Metal band of all things. I googled "Tesseract" one day, and found the wikipedia page for the Four-Dimensional analogue to the cube. That absolutely blew my mind. "Math can describe things that human beings can't even imagine?" The next step was seeing the film "Interstellar", and seeing the blackboards full of equations. That made me want to study math and physics until I could understand those equations.

Now, I'm pursuing my Master's degree, doing research on resonance phenomena in epidemiological equations. I've taught tutorials in Linear Algebra, Complex and Real Analysis, and Calculus, in addition to being a private tutor working with high school students as well as university students.

MS Applied Mathematics

Carleton University

BS Mathematical Physics

Trent University

Quantum Physics

Atomic Physics

Functions of Several Variables

Limits

Continuous Functions

Vector Calculus

Probability Topics

Trigonometry

An Introduction to Geometry

Differentiation

Integrals

Applications of Integration

Temperature and Heat

Partial Derivatives

Matrices

Systems of Equations and Inequalities

Introduction to Matrices

Functions

Polynomials

Rational Functions

Graphs and Statistics

Equations and Inequalities

Derivatives

Applications of the Derivative

Vectors

Vector Functions

Linear Functions

Parametric Equations

Polar Coordinates

Complex Numbers

Integration

Integration Techniques

Introduction to Conic Section

Functions

Algebra Topics That are Reviewed at the Start of the Semester

Introduction to Trigonometry

Series