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...I thoroughly enjoy teaching this subject, and fully recognize its importance as a foundational core for algebra, geometry, **precalculus**, and beyond. Precalculus is the subject matter that I have taught the most. It is an area where many students initially struggle, but with the right tutelage, eventually thrive.

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...I am an engineer and I have years of experience teaching and tutoring all math subjects, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, **precalculus** and calculus, both privately and in classrooms, since I was an undergraduate in college. I am friendly and patient and I am willing to share all my know...

...I hold a degree in Physics from Grinnell College and served as the lead author for two editions of a Differential Equations solutions manual. I achieved a 100% (unweighted) average in my college DiffEq course as well, and look forward to discussing the wonderful world of eigenvalues and boundary...

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