Online Math Tutor | Manish A.

# Manish A.

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B. Tech @ NIT Jamshedpur

Hi! I’m Manish and I am a Physics tutor. Inspired by my teachers, I chose this discipline to teach while I was a College student. And I can proudly say that I continue to revel in this subject for the past 11 years. There is never a dull moment while teaching Physics as there is always a new student to interact with each time. Besides, I love making complex topics simple and easy to understand for my students.

## I can Teach:

Basic Statistics, Differential Calculus, Linear Algebra, Matrix Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, Pre Algebra, Precalculus, Probability and Statistics, Algebra Based Physics, Ap-Physics, Calculus Based Physics, Classical Physics, Classical-Physics, Concrete-Creation, Cosmology and Astronomy

## Teaching Experience

My goal is always to break down the difficult topics to make it comprehensive. For this, I believe in sharing live examples and everyday application of Physics in real life. Moreover, Physics is all about understanding the world around you. During class, I encourage students to hone their critical thinking and focus on problem solving skills. In my live classes, I take up numerical problems and direct students to solve a new problem based on the learning. This way I help them prepare for tests and exams as practice is the only way to learn.

## My Expertise

• Basic Statistics
• Differential Calculus
• Linear Algebra

## Top subjects

Classical Physics

Well, let me explain about Kinematics. In Kinematics, we study about the rest or motion of an object without taking into effect the cause ( Force) producing the rest or motion. We define some of the physical quantities in Kinematics as follows: postion vector -> a vector representing the position of a point. r (vector) = x(i hat) + y(j hat) . Used to represent position of a particle with time. Displacement vector -> A vector from initial point to the final point on the trajectory. - Magnitude of displacement is the shortest distance from initial point to final point on the trajectory. - Displacement (vector) = final position vector - initial position vector ( From Triangle law of vector addition) Velocity vector( instantaneous velocity) -> rate of change of position vector with time. Direction of velocity vector at any time is always tangential to the trajectory at that time. Magnitude of velocity vector is equal to instantaneous speed which is rate of change of distance with time.

## Feedback

• 5 star

It was great to have new ideas expressed and now I am able to do my homework much quicker and faster.

19 Nov, 2018

• 5 star

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## Humza A.

03 Nov, 2018

• 5 star

He does a wonderful job in explaining the process in detail and keeps you engaged with the material.

## AENZI a.

01 Nov, 2018

• 5 star

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