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...As an undergraduate at Boston University, I founded a group that organizes summer hands on science camps for local area middle school students. Thus, I not only have an interest in science/math, but also teaching! I have a passion for science and math, and I hope to share it with any student I work with.

...Exponents and Polynomials ? Identify a term, coefficient, factor, base, and exponent in an algebraic expression. ? Simplify expressions involving terms, coefficients, factors, bases, and exponents. ? Use the order of operations in algebraic expressions. ? Simplify polynomials. ? Demonstrate t...

...I've been working as an Environmental Consulting Geologist since 2011. I have a firm grip on the sciences and I'm confident I could help you improve your grasp of these concepts. While in college I worked as a tutor and teaching assistant for the physical science courses.

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...I am majoring in Biomedical Engineering at UNT and have taken Physics 1 and 2 calculus based while also taking AP Physics 1 and 2 algebra based in high school. I have also taken Chemistry at UNT and have made A's in all my **physics** and chemistry courses. I was a part of the Science Honor Society in high school and love to help kids understand these classes.

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