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...I am interested in students proving they have learned the material as opposed to just completing a problem. I am easy going, patient, and humorous while I teach/tutor. I cater the speed of the lesson according to the student's pace.

...Some students relate more to the language of **math** so I'll discuss the etymology of unique **math** terms. Math has a natural connection to history and science and Geometry especially connects well to the arts and architecture. I also find real-world applications for the **math** concepts so students see how relevant **math** is in their lives.

...I learned the fundamentals of baseball by playing little league, PONY, COLT, high school, and in adult recreational leagues. I understand strategy and can explain and demonstrate many techniques after many years of experience and enthusiasm. I graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor's degree (BS) in Business Administration.

...I love to introduce children and adults to the joy of word mastery. I believe that this is a life-long skill that we can always challenge ourselves with and it increases comprehension and mastery of subjects. This can enhance written and spoken conversation and engagement.

...Calculus is a fascinating subject and often considered the gateway to higher **math**. I have taught both precalculus and SAT Level 2 (which covers similar material). Most of precalculus is about the basic functions: polynomial, rational, trigonometric, and exponential/logarithmic. If you know how these functions look and behave, I've found that most of the subject becomes easier.

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