Hi, my name is Jake. I am a mechanical engineering student at the University of Utah, and I really love math. It’s an incredible language that describes the world around us. I love being able to represent reality through the abstract, and I really hope I can help students make those same links.
As a mechanical engineering student, math is the foundation of my studies. I’ve always been a good student, but early in my education I found myself struggling with the way that math is normally taught. I have both the first-hand experience and the knowledge to approach mathematics from a different light, and try to help make those connections.
Math can be extremely boring, there’s no denying that - but it can also be extremely interesting. I’m here to help students find that part of math that genuinely intrigued them, and use it to expand their understanding of the realm as a whole. I’m always happy to answer any questions I’m equipped to, and I can’t wait to speak with you!
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I understand that everyone learns in different ways, so I like to get to know students and find out what works best for them. Everyone is different, and I'm always happy to adapt to different styles.
I'm a mechanical engineering student at the University Of Utah with an emphasis on production and manufacturing with a minor in computer science. My degree is heavy on the math, and understanding foundational concepts and principals is essential to my daily studies.
As such, I have a really good basis for math, and I really enjoy helping my peers understand high-level concepts. I'd like to pass that forward, especially to people struggling with math that haven't found a way to learn that works for them.