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Hello...My name is Dan and I have been a high school math teacher for the past 19 years since graduating from Harvey Mudd College in Claremont with a B.S. in Engineering (Class of '92). I taught 4 years at the Webb Schools (private high school in Claremont 1992-1996), 3 years at School of the Arts ...

...In terms of applied **geometry** students know how to compute the surface area and volume of basic three-dimensional objects and understand how area and volume change with a change in scale. Students make conversions between different units of measurement. Undoubtedly, Precalculus course prepares for students entering into Calculus-the mathematics of changes.

As a student and then a scientist for many years, I have a love of learning that has grown into a wish to teach. My PhD in biology opened me up to how math and science relate to our everyday lives and the world around us. I try to bring that into my tutoring whenever possible and find that underst...

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