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...Topics Algebra 2: Complex Numbers Solving Absolute Equation Solving Absolute Value Inequality Polynomials Solving System of Linear Equations+Applications Logarithmic Function Solving Logarithmic Equations Applications on Logarithmic Functions INTRODUCTION TO CALCULUS LIMIT AND CONTINUITY Intro...

...I do not take it lightly and I would be committed to your student's success. Math is my most sought after skill and I also specialize in entrance exam prep for college entrance and military acceptance. I am equally successful in various other subjects, such as reading, writing, and sciences.

...As a teacher it gives me great satisfaction to see the transformation of a student into a confident person ready to take on the challenges posed to them.I place a lot of emphasis on basics explaining them by connecting with real life situations that the student finds easy to understand. Algebra ...

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