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I've worked with students on basic Algebra in regular classrooms, special education classrooms, and in one-on-tutoring settings with both children and adults. I'm experienced in using multiple approaches to teach Algebra, and have had success with students who have had difficulty with the subject b...

In the past few years alone, I've worked with over a dozen students taking Algebra 1, including high school and college-level courses. More often, though, I'm reviewing the foundations of Algebra with my ACT and SAT students, so I leverage that perspective to help my younger students build specific...

...My approach to tutoring this subject is to build off of what the student knows/wants, to help the student understand how topics fit together, and to show the subject what it takes to learn a topic really well. I taught high school math for three years. Each year, I taught an ACT math prep unit for my juniors.

...I have worked with many students in Algebra 2 courses. I have tutored all the topics dealing with factoring, FOILING, Solving for variables using quadratic equations, and graphing quadratic equations as well. I have also taught solving system of equations using graphing, elimination (combination), and substitution methods.

...Proper understanding of linear **algebra** is a necessary skill for understanding any large system. Many programs, like python and MatLab, use the concepts of linear **algebra** in their core operations. To be prepared for these problems and to use these tools, and individual needs a strong foundation in linear **algebra**.

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