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...Also, they are able to write geometric proofs, including proofs by contradiction. They are able to prove that triangles are congruent or similar, and to use the concept of corresponding parts of congruent triangles. Moreover, students can prove and use theorems involving the properties of parallel lines cut by a transversal, the properties of quadrilaterals, and the properties of circles.

...I have taught software engineers and other professionals statistics, writing, and machine learning. I also enjoy tutoring younger kids (5th - 8th grade) in writing, math, and science, as well as preparing them for the upper and middle SSAT and ISEE tests. I have advised successful applicants to...

...There was also a segment of coursework specifically related to preparing students for tests and assessments. I hold a BA degree in Elementary Education. This degree covered methods of education for all subjects including work with special needs children.

...If you are struggling in any level of chemistry up through organic, I can help you out. Physics is where algebra comes to play. Many students find their physics classes difficult because it is the first time that they've been asked to apply their algebraic skills in a 'real world' context.

...I have tutoring experience on a volunteer-basis for my peers in High School and for Abode Services for homeless and low-income families for children ranging from 3 to 16. I also have paid tutoring experience for a variety of students ranging from 8 to 22. This leads to a total of about 200 hours of tutoring experience with about 30 different students.

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