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...I know some theories of novel writing, so I can be a critic, but I must confess that I've never written a novel. But if you want to learn writing, from the basic elementary level up to professional writing in a business or academic context, I can most certainly help. If this work is for a child, I do work well with children.

...It is the foundation and a good understanding leads most students to a successful outcome and strong confidence in future courses. It covers the basic skills of linear and quadratic functions but also shows applications that need to be covered and not feared! It is a new language and yet based on our arithmetic.

...Consequently, memorization of mathematical formulas is not the optimal path to learning mathematics. I tutored lower division mathematics at the University of California, Berkeley for at least one year. I took a class at UC Berkeley where I had to prepare lessons to teach elementary school children.

...I enjoy the real analysis aspect of calculus, including precise definitions of limits, definition of power with irrational exponent, and functions of rational numbers. Also origin of e and transcendental topic infinite series. I have the 5th edition of the Stewart textbook, an excellent book used by many schools, and the student solutions manual 5th edition.

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