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...Some have gone on to receive awards and recognition in Math graduating with honors and moving on to colleges. We have covered variables,equations,functions,solving systems of linear equations using matrices and determinants;graphing of polynomial functions, logarithmic functions, binomial probab...

...I retook it on my own as a senior in high school in order to get college credit for the AP, scoring a 5 on both the AP Physics B and AP Physics C: Mechanics exams. I've tutored Physics (high school, AP, and college) since 2009. I taught myself most of precalculus over the summer before my eight...

...I enjoy helping others out and seeing them get to the "Aha moment!" Math is my main specialty for tutoring; I can tutor up to Calculus and Statistics and some additional topics, including discrete math, linear algebra, numerical methods and optimization. In addition to Math classes, I tutor a lot of Physics. In addition to normal school subjects, I am an expert for the SAT/ACT Math section.

...I use a wide range of techniques from working proofs backwards, to using colored pencils for diagrams. I also bring a strong background in formal logic which is the foundation of geometry. I've tutored **physics** throughout my time as an undergrad as part of the Learning Center peer tutoring program at UCR.

...I'm loving it so far, and I can definitely find time to help you out! Lastly, the first session is always free. You can read everything I write here and hopefully learn something about me, but there's no substitute for actually trying something first hand!

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