I'll make sure you don't accept facts blindly and try my best to unveil the reason and intuition behind them. But beyond that, it's all about practice. I'd like you to think of me as more of a study buddy rather than a prof/tutor.
I am a sophomore at the University of Waterloo. Every time I learn physics/math I make sure I understand why things happen, even if that means going down a rabbit hole and "wasting" a lot of time. I want you to have that understanding as well! I also have some coding experience which might come in handy when we want to simulate/visualize a system.
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