Splash Biography
HARTEK SABHARWAL, Cornell junior studying math and computer scien
Major: Math and CS College/Employer: Cornell Year of Graduation: 2021 

Brief Biographical Sketch:
Hey there! I'm Hartek, and I'm doing a math and computer science double major here at Cornell. I took AP Calculus AB in high school, and Honors Calculus II, Linear Algebra, Analysis, Multivariable Calculus, Probability, Numerical Analysis, and Computational Algebra at Cornell. I don't like math that much. I find it pretty hard and have never been able to conjure the same excitement over a theorem that I've seen in my more mathematically inclined friends. My passion is teaching math because I want to make it more enjoyable for kids who also don't really like it, and easier for kids who struggle with it as much as I have. Past Classes(Clicking a class title will bring you to the course's section of the corresponding course catalog)M637: Calculus Made Easy in Splash Fall 2019 (Nov. 16, 2019)
I'm going to teach you the entirety of Calculus I in just under 2 hours. We're going to skip over some of the ugly details and focus on what problems calculus solves, the intuition behind what we're doing, and why we're doing it. We'll go over just about every formula there is, and at the end of the course, you'll do some problems from past AP Calculus exams. It's really not that hard, I promise.
This course will be a bit fasterpaced since I have a lot of ground to cover. I don't assume that you know anything more than $$y=x^$$ and possibly functions like $$f(x)=x^3$$ and $$f(x)=\sin x$$
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M491: Calculus Made Easy in Splash Fall 2018 (Nov. 10, 2018)
I'm going to teach you the entirety of Calculus I in just under 2 hours.
We're going to skip over some of the ugly details and focus on what problems calculus solves, the intuition behind what we're doing, and why we're doing it.
We'll go over just about every formula there is, and at the end of the course, you'll do some problems from past AP Calculus exams. It's really not that hard, I promise.
This course will be a bit fasterpaced since I have a lot of ground to cover. I don't assume that you know anything more than $$y=x^2$$ and possibly functions like $$f(x) = x^3$$ and $$f(x) = \sin x$$.
M449: Calculus Made Easy in Splash Spring 18 (Apr. 28, 2018)
Calculus is only hard if we make it hard. This class offers a strictly intuitive understanding of concepts in calculus so students without any background in it can get a sense of how it works, making it a little easier when they learn it in school.
We're going to try to understand every important formula in calculus. You will hopefully learn not only what they do, but why they work.
If there are any questions about higherlevel math and math in Cornell, I'll take those too.
