Online Math Tutor | Raman P.

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Raman Prajapati

Raman P.


B.Tech @ Delhi Technological University

About me

I have done Electrical Engineering and I am comfortable in the subjects of Electrical as well. Except all these things, I love to play and watch cricket. I also represented my school during District Cricket Tournament. Continuing this, I have also represented my College Cricket Team in various tournaments and was also the Captain of the team. I also like to read books and learn new things everyday. I always try to learn and add things up my arsenal, be it from the studies point of view or anything other than that.

I can Teach:

Abstract/Modern Algebra, Algebra, Algebra Basics, Applied Mathematics, Arithmetic, Basic Geometry, Basic Operations, Basic Statistics, Bessel Functions, Decimals, Differential Calculus, Differential Equation, Discrete Mathematics, Estimation, Factors & Multiples

Teaching Experience

I have been teaching Mathematics for the past 7 years up to K12 grade. I am specialized in teaching higher grade students. Comfortable in most of the topics of Higher School. Topics of Interest: Functions, Differential and Integral Caculus, Differential Equations, Algebra, Geometry, Coordinate Geometry, Probability and Statistics etc. I am also comfortable on the topics of Vector Calculus for College grade students.

My Expertise

  • Abstract/Modern Algebra
  • Algebra
  • Algebra Basics

Top subjects


As I see it, calculus is essentially the formal study of change, done by examining behaviors of things at the infinite and infinitesimal. Looking at a function f(x) as x goes to 0 or infinity is involved in pretty much everything in calculus. As it relates to physics, consider your change in position as you walk from one place to another. Maybe you had to run across a street at some point; maybe you moved more slowly as you climbed a hill, or went faster as you run down it. How can you describe your speed (and how it changed) at every point? You could look at average distances and speeds, which you should have covered in algebra, but you should look at the speed at every single point for more precise answers. That’s what the derivative would be in this case.


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03 Sep, 2021

  • 5 star

Excellent, Thank you for providing best steps.

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