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...I can also help with most topics in discrete math classes that are required for CS majors. I have taken linear algebra classes at both the undergraduate and graduate level. I have also used a decent amount of linear algebra in other classes and for research projects (SVD, eigenvalues, etc.) I can tutor undergraduate linear algebra classes.

...I have gotten A's in all of my mathematics classes since freshman year of high school, including engineering calculus I and II in college, geometry, algebra II, and **trigonometry**/precal. I got perfect scores on the mathematics section of the SAT plus a 34 on the ACT. I have nearly three years of experience in tutoring all kinds of math.

...I am proficient in math, algebra, **trigonometry**, both Calculus 1 and 2, as well as some of the physical sciences like physics and chemistry. I have a solid understanding of almost everything from a math background, and am great at teaching too. Mechanics is second nature to me and I can help anybody understand the process of problem solving.

...I understand that everyone learns at different rates and in different ways, so I am adamant about providing you an individualized approach. I am flexible and want to figure out what works best for you so you can succeed. Math and science are my area of expertise.

...I played trombone for a semester in high school. I played it for a few concerts and I taught classes on it when my director allowed me to cover for him. It was a fairly simple instrument to learn and I did not even require a position chart to learn the instrument as it was easy to use math and common knowledge of another instrument to determine the positions.

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