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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...

...Since then, for the past twelve years I have used MATLAB for various research projects relating generally to mathematical modeling within the field of medicine. I am experienced not only with basic functions within MATLAB but also more advanced functions as well as writing software in MATLAB. I worked for a trading firm in downtown Chicago for two years writing algorithms in MATLAB.

...I have also tutored linear algebra using conceptual and problem-oriented approaches. In addition, I use linear algebra methods regularly. Having received a master's degree in mathematics, I have the knowledge required to tutor finite math.

...I have taught AP Calculus A/B four years and I have tutored students taking Calculus for more than five years. I have been teaching Geometry concepts for more than 10 years. I can help students understand and write Geometry proofs, become more confident with right triangle trigonometry, and other important concepts like area, volume, pythagorean theorem, and circles.

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