Biochemistry, the chemistry of biological molecules, explains the complex processes that sustain all living organisms. This college-level course taught by Professor Raffi Hovasapian is perfect for Pre-Medical students as well as Biology and Chemistry majors. Each lesson contains fundamental definitions, numerous worked-out examples, and many step-by-step explanations of complex processes. Professor Hovasapian carefully goes through how Proteins, Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acids and other biomolecules make life on Earth possible. Combining his triple degrees in Mathematics, Chemistry, and Classics, along with 10+ years of teaching experience, Professor Hovasapian expertly helps students understand difficult biochemical concepts. Raffi also teaches AP Chemistry, Multivariable Calculus, and Linear Algebra on Educator.
Professor Raffi Hovasapian covers Educator's Linear Algebra course with topics spanning everything from Matrices to Eigenvectors. Each lesson begins with essential theory and is anchored with many worked-out examples. Other topics in this fully self-contained Linear Algebra course include Determinants, Linear Transformations, Homogeneous Systems, and Orthogonal Complements. Professor Hovasapian combines his triple degrees in Mathematics, Chemistry, and Classics with his 10+ years of teaching experience to help students understand difficult mathematical concepts.
Dr. Carleen Eaton continues on to Algebra 2, and brings with her 10 years of experience in teaching math and science. This course meets or exceeds all state standards and is essential to those having trouble with Algebra in high school or college. With her clear explanations and examples of commonly seen problems, Dr. Eaton will make sure you understand all the confusing concepts in Algebra 2, ranging from Quadratic Inequalities to Matrices and Conic Sections. Dr. Carleen Eaton has an M.D. from the UCLA School of Medicine and in her teaching career has won numerous "Teacher of the Year" awards. She is also continually ranked as one of the top instructors in California.
Dr. Radi Jishi continues helping students master Electricity and Magnetism with his AP Physics C course. Building on previous concepts, Professor Jishi guides you through complex physics problems and prepares you for the Calculus based physics of the Advanced Placement test. Although the course is geared towards obtaining a 5 on the AP test, College students studying physics will also benefit from the detailed explanations and plenty of comprehensive extra examples in every lesson. Professor Jishi received his Ph.D in Physics from MIT and has been teaching over 20 years.
Professor Raffi Hovasapian helps students develop their Multivariable Calculus intuition with in-depth explanations of concepts before reinforcing an understanding of the material through varied examples. This course is appropriate for those who have completed single-variable calculus. Topics covered include everything from Vectors to Partial Derivatives, Lagrange Multipliers, Line Integrals, Triple Integrals, and Stokes' Theorem. Professor Hovasapian has degrees in Mathematics, Chemistry, and Classics and over 10 years of teaching experience.