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...The first skill is algebra. The concepts (e.g., variables and inequality) and manipulations (e.g., solving equations and factoring) you learn in algebra are a kind of language that will be used in geometry, algebra 2, trigonometry, calculus, probability and **statistics**. These subjects use the same notations as do algebra, so once you master them you can move forward into more advanced topics.

...I use proven lesson studies to help students improve musicianship step-by-step including Pares Scales, Rubank Studies/Duets, and various Etude study books. I have taken differential equations (DIFFEQ) courses--both ordinary and partial--in undergraduate school. Furthermore, I had to apply these in my major courses in both undergraduate and graduate school courses.

...I look forward to working with you in the future. EdwinAlgebra 1 has been the subject I have taught most in the last two years at Houston High Schools. I have taken over 100 students up to and through the STAAR test, so am very familiar with what it takes to succeed in this subject.

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...To achieve this goal, I started as a tutor at very young age during my undergraduate study, where I taught to the high school students for 5 years. Following that, as a graduate student at St. John's University, NY, I had the opportunity to teach Pharm.

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