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Hello, my name is Ed and I am a math and physics tutor. I received my Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Northwestern University and I previously worked in the automotive industry as a senior engineering specialist for 28 years. In my spare time, I worked with elementary through high school students coaching FIRST Robotics in my kids? school district for 8 years.

...The two tutoring locations I recommend are: 1) Starbucks in Strawberry- an energetic atmosphere, great for those who need stimulation 2) Golden Gate Seminary Library- a quiet atmosphere, free from distractionsI have taught multiple math courses for 5 years in an internationally accredited middle ...

...They also learn how to solve and graph quadratic equations by factoring, completing the square, or using the quadratic formula, including in the complex numbers. Student knows how to apply these techniques in solving word problems. Knowledge and skills in Geometry are essential and useful for students, especially those who are ready to go on to Algebra or Precalculus.

...In college I took math including real analysis, differential equations, and honors calculus, though I ended up majoring in music. I've taught a variety of math subjects, most frequently algebra and precalculus. This last year I have also done test prep for SAT and SAT II.

...I earned perfect scores on the GRE math and verbal sections, and I have SAT test prep experience. Feel free to reach out anytime! I'm generally available on weekdays and Sundays, but if you?re more than a few miles away I?d like to avoid rush hour (3-7pm) if possible.

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