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...When I teach math concepts such as Precalculus, I try to make it more engaging for the student by connecting the math concepts to other subjects. Some students relate more to history and culture so I'll discuss the evolution of unique math concepts. I also find real-world applications for the Precalculus concepts whenever possible, so students see how relevant math is in their lives.

Hi my name is Hannah and I am currently an undergraduate at Stanford University pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering! I have had extensive experience tutoring Mathematics and Physics through my work at a tutoring center for the past two years. I can tutor all math topics through AP Calculus BC and all physics topics through AP Physics: Mechanics.

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...I am a very flexible and easy-going teacher--I try to understand my students and develop a strong relationship, so that I can understand how you learn best before diving into the material. I have received many positive comments from students that I've had the privilege of tutoring before, and I ...

...Calculus is a fascinating subject and often considered the gateway to higher math. I have taught both precalculus and SAT Level 2 (which covers similar material). Most of precalculus is about the basic functions: polynomial, rational, trigonometric, and exponential/logarithmic. If you know how these functions look and behave, I've found that most of the subject becomes easier.

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