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...I am comfortable explaining even explaining algebraic concepts and relating them to real-world examples to help the student visualize problems and solve them. I work with Algebraic concepts on a day to day basis during work developing mathematical algorithms for naval systems. I have real world experience with this sort of math and I have tutored students in this subject before.

...I also worked as the main **physics** tutor in the Academic Achievement Center for six semesters. I have helped students with Precalculus since 11th grade. Precalculus is really just a culmination of algebra and trigonometry that can overwhelm a student who is not comfortable with math in general, and I feel I am more than suited to help any student with the topics involved.

...As a professor at the U. S. Naval Academy, I am well suited as a mentor for anyone considering a military future.

...As an engineer, I've used calculus in its many forms to solve real-world problems, and I have a deep understanding of the applicability of calculus to the real, physical world. I have been an SAT Math tutor for over 2 years. I especially love to tutor the SAT Math II subject tests (both level 1 and 2). I have many students who have earned perfect scores on their SAT Math sections and tests.

...Calculus is the language of **physics** -- it was originally invented specifically to DO **physics** -- and so I have had to obtain a solid fluency in the subject. Moreover, I have 19 years experience using the calculus to achieve specific goals; my approach is practical and results-oriented. I have tw...

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