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...Ultimately, my goal is to allow the student to grasp the concept behind the different topics he or she is learning in order to provide the tools necessary to succeed with any future coursework. When possible, I like to use real world situations the student can relate to in order to establish con...

...My broad background in math, science, and engineering combined with my extensive research experience provides me with the unique tools to teach effectively to students at all levels.As an undergraduate in physics and electrical engineering and a PhD student in physics, I took basic and advanced c...

...I have been a site based math tutor for the past year and a half but am looking for more flexible tutoring options. As a lover of mathematics at its higher levels, I enjoy working with older students on challenging **algebra** and calculus concepts. As the father of a young daughter, I feel comfortable working with the youngest learners to help with counting, arithmetic and basic operations.

...I have both self-studied and worked with teachers to learn that which was not in my college coursework. I am a credentialed actuary. I majored in the subject in school, and I worked with the department head while there.

...Set theory, combinatorics, graph theory, propositional logic, mathematical induction, boolean **algebra**. Fun stuff! I have taken (and received an A) in college level discrete math (i.e. math for computer scientists vs. calculus), and am approved to teach discrete math via another tutoring company, where I passed their 50 question test with a 90% success rate.

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