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I'm a retired engineer and math teacher with a love for teaching anyone who wants to learn. As an engineer, I regularly used all levels of math (from arithmetic through calculus), **statistics**, and physics. I hold a California Single Subject Teaching Credential in math and physics (I taught high school math from pre-algebra to geometry).

I'm an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist and former university professor. I live in Sonoma with am willing to travel anywhere within Sonoma, Napa, or Marin countries. I love teaching and can help with college or graduate school level work in **statistics**, research design, psychology, and thesis...

...It is my goal to increase each student's ability to understand the material and to learn effectively. Mathematics is not "difficult" if it is approached the right way. Anyone with the desire can learn algebra, trigonometry, and calculus if each concept is simplified.

...I received a PhD in mechanical engineering from Stanford University. For the past 20 years, I have been a Professor of mechanical engineering at the California Maritime Academy, a campus of the California State University. I retired in August 2013, but continue to teach part-time there.

...If you need help in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-calculus, Calculus, and any electrical engineering related subject matters, (all levels),feel free to contact me. I have succeeded tutoring students on a one-on-one basis with excellent results. My approach to tutoring can be described as follows: I train my students to become independent and able to do well on their own eventually.

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