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...I can teach them how to model real-world scenarios using trigonometric functions. I also have plenty of practice problems to make sure they are comfortable with proving trigonometric identities and solving trigonometric equations. I have helped many students prepare for the SSAT and its sister test, the ISEE.

I have a PhD in physics from Duke University and was on the Emory University Physics Department Faculty for 30 years where I taught both undergraduate and graduate courses and did research. I received the Emory Williams Teaching in Science Award. I taught undergraduate premed physics my whole career at Emory University and continue to tutor students studying that course now.

...I don't think there's that much to say about this subject, so I'll try to be succinct: I've built a computers for myself, my family, and my friends. I'm using a Lenovo ThinkPad T61p, with a 1920x1200 LCD @ 15.4" (the eye-meltingness speaks to my computer literacy, I think). I spend a good 8+ hou...

...Trigonometry is the subject I have focused on most. I find working with students who do not have a great deal of confidence in their ability in math particularly rewarding. In my experience, working one on one with students is the key to success.

...I have done Ph.D, Masters and Bachelor degrees in EE. I took one undergraduate level course in Linear algebra, and 2 grad courses in it and got A's each time. In addition I have applied linear algebra in matrix theory and other subjects.

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