BE @ MIT Aurangabad
Hi! I’m Jay and I teach Physics. I am passionate about delivering physics knowledge to my students to help them stay ahead and score better grades. I was always fascinated about physics concepts, but while I wanted to top the physics class, the complex physics numerical formulas stood in my way. With perseverance and expert guidance from my teachers, I was able to excel in this area. This inspired me to pursue a career as a teacher, assisting students in overcoming obstacles to physics study. I enjoy sharing recommendations on how to study this subject effectively and perform well in exams.
Algebra Based Physics, Calculus Based Physics, Classical Physics, Cosmology and Astronomy, Earth and Space, Earth Sciences , Electricity, Electricity, Fluid Mechanics , Gravitation, Kinematics , Magnetism, Mechanics, Optics, Physical Sciences
I enjoy the challenge of converting students who dislike this subject into those who enjoy it. For this, I try to figure out what irks them the most about physics topics. Then I take them step-by-step from basic theory to numerical problem application. Once they see that they can solve a numerical problem or comprehend a theoretical concept in its entirety, they gain the confidence to explore further and welcome new challenges. To make physics more appealing to my students, I use a variety of relatable examples, share diagrams, and assist them in taking notes. Furthermore, I require my students to take tests to assess their progress and learn from their mistakes.
Trigonometry is a branch of mathematics that studies relationships between the sides and angles of triangles. Trigonometry is found all throughout geometry, as every straight-sided shape may be broken into as a collection of triangles. Further still, trigonometry has astoundingly intricate relationships to other branches of mathematics, in particular complex numbers, infinite series, logarithms and calculus.
Fluid mechanics, science concerned with the response of fluids to forces exerted upon them. It is a branch of classical physics with applications of great importance in hydraulic and aeronautical engineering, chemical engineering, meteorology, and zoology.
Thermodynamics, science of the relationship between heat, work, temperature, and energy. In broad terms, thermodynamics deals with the transfer of energy from one place to another and from one form to another. The key concept is that heat is a form of energy corresponding to a definite amount of mechanical work.
Strength-of-materials approaches, which lead to rule-of-mixture models, and elasticity approaches, as well as finite-element analyses of idealized microstructures, are discussed as a means of estimating the various extensional and shear moduli, the major Poisson’s ratio, and coefficients of thermal expansion of fiber-reinforced composite materials.
Kinematics is the science of describing the motion of objects using words, diagrams, numbers, graphs, and equations. Kinematics is a branch of mechanics. The goal of any study of kinematics is to develop sophisticated mental models that serve to describe (and ultimately, explain) the motion of real-world objects.
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