## Master of my Domain

Here’s another section for the mathematics textbook I’m not writing, Tropic of Calculus. One of the concepts pre-Calc students seem to wrestle with is Domain and Range. Here are some… Read more »

Here’s another section for the mathematics textbook I’m not writing, Tropic of Calculus. One of the concepts pre-Calc students seem to wrestle with is Domain and Range. Here are some… Read more »

Here’s a chapter section from the “math in the vernacular” textbook that I’m not writing, “Tropic of Calculus”. (Ed note: The previous section would have covered the definition of functions… Read more »

All at once, Summer is over in a definitive fashion. I enjoyed a bit of sun this weekend during a short little bicycle ride on Sunday and lounging in a… Read more »

I’ve grown to appreciate something very significant about my current tutoring gig. Just to refresh people, I’m tutoring math and sciences at a local community college. The tutoring happens in… Read more »

Monday, a student flagged me down for some help with exponential functions. “They give me two points that the function passes through, and they want me to give the equation… Read more »

I got to the tutoring center a little early this morning, and spent some time perusing the bulletin board. One of the things I found was a flier posted for… Read more »

You think you remember experiences from a year ago, then you experience them again all fresh and shiny, and realize you had no bloody idea. Tutoring at the local community… Read more »

This morning in tutoring, I was twice asked to help with a Physics word problem, as follows: Bored, a boy fires a pellet gun at a 120 g block of… Read more »

Random observation #83: It’s much easier to tutor someone when you’re not distracted by the repeating thought, “Ewww! What’s that smell?” That happened twice this morning. It made it rather… Read more »