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I am a 30-year old student originally from Russia. I am currently attending a Monterey Peninsula College and planning to transfer to one of the graduate colleges in California to get my engineering degree. I have excellent math skills and enjoy helping other students in a variety of math fields starting from elementary Algebra to Calculus.

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