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I have been a private math tutor for over ten(10) years and am a certified secondary math instructor in the state of Texas. I have taught middle and high-school math for over ten (10) years. I am available to travel all over the greater Houston area, including as far south as Pearland, as far north as Spring, as far west as Katy and as far east as the Galena Park/Pasadena area.

...As a certified math teacher in Cy-Fair and as a tutor, I believe that anyone can learn and understand math. Those problems that appear complicated are just a series of simple concepts woven together. I deconstruct the problem for students so they can understand the simple problems woven in to what "appears" to be a complicated problem.

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