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...I have experience in many math subjects including Geometry, Algebra (1 and 2), Trigonometry, and Calculus. I am minoring in math in college and I enjoy teaching and learning the subject. In high school I aced all of my math classes and I have only built on that base.

...I personally interacted with many International Students and motivated them during instruction hour with materials and equipment's. I truly understand what students require to learn math concepts and curriculum that they might initially struggle with. I excel in Math Teaching and a love for what I do.

...I am friendly and approachable, and at the same time serious about my job. And my personal goal is to introduce to my students the fun side of mathematics and physics.Algebra is the foundation for all higher level mathematics courses. It is the study of a set of rules on how to manipulate mathematical expressions and solve them efficiently.

...Knowing where students typically go wrong in their efforts, I can provide exceptional guidance to address and prevent such problems in the future. Whether we realize it or not, science is all around us: when we cook, when we travel, when we look at the stars or just read a book. This discipline...

...I love helping students conquer their academic struggles so they can fall in love with learning and become fearless in the exploration of the world around them. Over the years, I have developed many techniques and programs to fit each student?s needs. For example, changing how a student talks to himself through a problem can drastically change how he approaches the work.

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