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...I have about three years of tutoring experience now, and I think my struggles with math help me understand what kids are going through. I helped my friends when they had a hard time in high school and college with this subject, and I think they really benefited from it. Previously I had been a ...

...English has always been a favorite subject of mine. Indeed, language is equal parts structure and creativity, and mastery of English requires keenly understanding both of these elements. Like mathematics, the rules of grammar form the foundation of reading and writing, but only by building a rich vocabulary and acute sense of form, style, and purpose can one achieve excellence.

...MATRICES AND LINEAR ALGEBRA I. Moreover, Linear Algebra is the engine of Quantum Mechanics. Observables, eigenvalues, eigenvectors define measures of Quantum Mechanics . Since I took both undergraduate as well as graduate level QM, I would say I am perfectly comfortable to teach Linear Algebra Classes.

...I'd like to work with you to help you to develop your potential. I studied Mathematics at UCLA, where I focused my upper division course work on mathematical finance. While on the surface, that probably doesn't sound like it applies to you, the most important classes I took to prepare for further study were Algebra, Geometry, and Calculus.

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