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I am retired from a consulting practice in engineering after 55 years. I took my degrees in chemical engineering because chemical engineers do everything other engineers do plus **chemistry**. This enabled me to step into unfamiliar situations and succeed by applying the fundamentals of **chemistry**, physics and mathematics.

...For math, I've successfully tutored students in everything from Algebra I to Calculus I, II, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations. For math majors looking for extra help, advanced math is also one of my specialties! One of my great strengths is helping college stude...

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