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I taught high school mathematics in New Jersey for over 20 years. I have experience tutoring students from my former high school and I have worked as a tutor for Sylvan Learning Center and other organizations. My favorite math subjects are pre-calculus and statistics.

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...I have taken discrete math at the college level and am very familiar with set theory, sequences, matrices, and graph theory. Building off the foundations of C, C++ allows the programmer to create classes that model real life objects. Essential for game development, an object-oriented approach gives your virtual creations the functionality to act like living, breathing organisms!

...I am a firm believer in individualized education, because it allows the teacher to tailor the education style to each individual student. I have completed all mathematics courses with a B (3.1) or better, up to and including Ordinary Differential Equations. Having completed a Mechanical Engineering degree, all of that math was in use all day, every day.

...I have tutored in these subjects to many students while at Kutztown University and minored in Mathematics. I have taken courses for a statistics certificate through Kutztown. My professor for probability even announced to the class towards the end of the semester that someone (no names, but it ...

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