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...Pure **math** at its core is logic. The further one delves into the foundations of **math**ematical branches, the more the line between philosophy (specifically logic) and **math** begins to blur. I am experienced in logical concepts from the reasons why certain types of proofs are valid to applications of Boolean algebra.

...While I was a student in college, I ran a successful **math** tutoring company and tutored high school and college students in Algebra 1/2, Geometry, Statistics, Probability, Calculus, and SAT Math 1/2C. Greater than 95% of my students increased their scores by at least 1 letter grade. I achieved t...

...I have taught middle school and high school **math**ematics. I have taught both accelerated students and students that struggle (and students in between).
I know many ways to approach **math** concepts so that if my first approach does not work, I can find a different way to explain **math**ematical concepts. Then I will help make connections to what the teacher is saying.

...Each session will help the student understand the concepts and how to approach problems without feeling overwhelmed. I can assign challenging homework to enhance the students learning and provide periodic assessments and progress reports. I also highly encourage students to be interactive in their learning as well and coming in with questions.

...With each student I've worked with, my goal has been the same: to work myself out of a job. It's my goal to get a student through their current and specific difficulties. Also, I recognize that things won't necessarily be "smooth sailing" simply because a student has gotten beyond the current sticking spot.

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