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...At the introductory level, it might be called "finite" math and include topics important for business majors, such as probability, linear programming (optimization), and matrices. Higher level courses might deal with information theory, logic, graph theory, and operations research. Before taking on a discrete math student, I need to get some idea of what level they are studying.

...Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, precalculus, and calculus. In some cases, I've worked under difficult circumstances. Either because of time pressure, or otherwise, where we had a lot of material to cover quickly.

...I would be happy to do some coaching in this area as well, either generally or in run-up to a specific event. I am particularly good at working with a student for a small number of sessions to prepare for a particular exam, get them caught up in a course or debug their learning style. I have wo...

...I have also taught recitation and laboratory courses and devoted many hours to one on one guidance for students as a teaching assistant. My key strengths are electricity/ magnetism though I am comfortable with most aspect on Physics till freshmen level. As a physicist, I am well versed in mathematics and would be delighted to teach calculus, as I find calculus rather delightful!

...I have a doctorate in physics. In addition, I have more than eight years of experience teaching and tutoring physics at both the high school and college levels. Courses that I've taught include introductory physics (with and without calculus), classical mechanics, space physics, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, electromagnetism, and quantum mechanics.

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