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...I know how to help them see that polynomials are just the next step after quadratics and that sequences are just special kinds of lists. I have helped many students to master the art of the two-column proof and to discern the differences between similar and congruent triangles. I show them how ...

...Elementary math is just that -- elementary -- once you learn the connections/relationship between one concept and another. For example, to find an answer for a division problem, look for the multiple of the numbers. This type of technique gives students the confidence they need to tackle any math problems by breaking it up into smaller components that they recognize.

I have been privately tutoring students for 5 years. I am completing my degree in Information, Science, and Technology at Pennsylvania State University. During my time in high school and college, I did well in my Math (Calculus I-II), Chemistry, and Physics courses and have tutored in all of these subjects.

...I graduated with a degree in Business Management, but I have always excelled in mathematics. I tutored my classmates in college and scored a perfect 100% on my math regents while attending high school in New York. I was recognized by the Nassau County City Council for being the top African American math student in Long Island while in high school.

...I always have fun engaging in the learning process with my students. I also have a studio space equipped with a variety of instruments and recording equipment. This makes it really convenient for us to try out your ideas, record them and review them later.

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