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...People's motivation to study and practice math is broad and personal. I enjoy helping people gain a better understanding of the math they study and achieve their goals. My goal is to create a comfortable environment so students can ask questions and benefit the most from our time together.

...I received an A in my upper level Mathematical Logic class, which covered topics up through incompleteness and complexity in first and some second order logic. I have helped students with introductory logic topics for math, computer science, and philosophy. I have always received good feedback, and am positive that I can teach logic at a variety of skill levels for a variety of disciplines.

...I have always loved science. Chemistry is one of my majors here at UW, thus it is one of my greatest area of expertise. In addition, I am a research assistant at an NIH-funded laboratory specializing in analytical chemistry and bimolecular chemistry.

...I believe that it is essential to show prealgebra skills in multiple different ways until it clicks with students. For example, when working with order of operations skills, it might be helpful for students to use a number line instead of just trying to use mental math. I have a math education degree and currently teach Pre**calculus** at my high school.

...Calculus is one of the most enjoyable areas of mathematics, and I have enjoyed teaching people how to use **calculus** for over 30 years. I have received awards for my work with high school students who wanted to learn **calculus**. I am patient and believe anyone can learn **calculus** if they are helped and work hard.

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