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 There is only one cardinal way of learning mathematics - DOING MATHEMATICS - Halmos 
Mathematics from the foundations through its courses of developments, using rules of logic, abstractions and reason aided by the imagination of the thinking friend of the human mind, indeed is  more than any one of a common ordinary human languages. 
It is in fact a supra-language of the  greater universe in which the human language oscillates as a barrier and element of imperfection in   understanding the universe and  communicating with it.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ~  Dr. Dejenie Alemayehu Lakew  

  This module is for few results on a new kind of differential operator 
  which I obtained by exponentiang the  usual derivative : D = d/dx 
  with the natural  base : e^{D} 
  For the sake of simplicity in usage later, I will denote it by D^{∞} 

  Definition. e^{D}:=∑_{j=0}^{∞}((D^{(j)})/(j!)) 

  I put results in blocks as sub-modules of this module of results.



   JOHN TYLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE : 2011 - Present



​  Fall 2015 : Precalculus and College algebra
                                       

    
  Courses I taught

​     Developmental Mathematics
     College Algebra
     Technical Mathematics
     Precalculus
     Calculus I                        
     Statistics



                                         
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Virginia Union University: 2008 -20010
 

Mathematics for Business I
College Algebra
Trigonometry
Statistics
Calculus I
Calculus for Business II
Discrete Mathematics
Differential Equations 
Addis Ababa University: 1998-2004

Calculus
Abstract algebra
Complex variables
Introduction to real analysis - graduate course
University of Arkansas - Pine Bluff:2000-2006

College algebra
Calculus
Discrete mathematics
Abstract/modern algebra
Differential equations and mathematical modeling
Courses I have taught
Virginia State University : 2006 - 2008

College algebra
Calculus
Discrete mathematics