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...I welcome all feedback, and will not accept payment unless you are completely satisfied. I look forward to hearing from you and would love to help you gain success in your studies!I began learning C++ in high school, when I took the AP computer science course. I've also taken the C/C++ programming course in college.

...I have a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, and a Master's and B.S. (with Honors) in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University. I have been a teaching assistant for electrical engineering courses, and I have also been a tutor in college level lower division math courses. I have a strong background in math (including trigonometry and **precalculus**) and physics.

...I have tutored students using the SQ3R method. Trigonometry incorporates the study of sine and cosine and tangent relationships, Pythagorean identities, angle sum and difference identities, double angle and multiple angle formulas, power reduction and half angle formulas, products to sum and sum...

...I have done Differential Equations for my M.S. I have very deep and excellent knowledge in this subject. I worked with many students and taught them this subject.

...I authored several chapters for physics and math textbooks, wrote a solution manual to an entire physics textbook (solving every problem) and compiled, edited, and illustrated a highly reviewed Astronomy Textbook. I have also helped organize a yearly science-themed summer camp and prepared students for math and physics contests. I enjoy learning, cooking, and juggling.

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