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...I hold a B.A. degree in mathematics, and employ calculus constantly in my work as a theoretical chemist. There are two main areas of difficulty that chemistry students encounter: 1) understanding chemical principles (concepts), and 2) solving chemistry problems (applied math). Jordan prepares hi...

...I asses where the student is having trouble, and I figure out where the missing information is. Sometimes it's a missed lesson that never got filled in, sometimes, it's a change in districts and curriculums, but after having extensively tutored many levels of math (Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, T...

...The techniques of both Calculus and Linear Algebra are brought to bear on problems of dynamics -- that is how things move and change with respect to one another. I matriculated into the Doctoral Program in Mathematics at University of Illinois. My coursework includes the following: Calculus, Mu...

...I taught geometry and honors geometry for several years at the Notre Dame Academy in Los Angeles. I have also home-schooled (Laurel Springs and University of Oklahoma programs) and tutored several students in this subject since 1998 I taught pre-algebra at Mulholland Middle School in Van Nuys. I have also taught pre-algebra for the Johns Hopkins AIIY program for gifted youth.

...Just kidding, but really, I find that drawing from real life experiences whether it be explaining GIS in terms of satellites and parallax or acoustics in **physics** through animal radio telemetry, I can find a way to make otherwise boring subject matter engaging and pique our universal curiosities! ...

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