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...I am a very good listener and extremely patient, although I do keep after the students to work as hard as they can to reach their goals. I finish each lesson by asking the student for feedback about me as well as for their thoughts and feelings about their progress. I can meet the student at any convenient location for no extra charge.

...Where Linear Algebra enables one to start seeing the deep connections that exist among mathematical structures themselves, Differential Equations enables one to start seeing the deep connection between mathematics and the operation of the real world. In other words, one begins to finally underst...

...As part of my major, I studied discrete math. In addition, I've taken many in-depth courses on the various aspects, such as combinatorics, graph theory, and more. I like how a good discrete math course teaches both concrete concepts while still allowing for interesting puzzles and creative problem solving.

...I tutor mostly high school and college students, but I have tutored 3rd grade thru univesity too. I enjoy math and I have many different ways to approach difficult subjects. I am NOT big on memorizing formulas, although there are a few that DO need to be memorized.

...My entire academic experience was heavily immersed in math; physics is essentially using the pure language of mathematics to speak on a deep level about the functioning of the natural world. As to physics - my Bachelor's degree is in physics, and I received a 750 on the Physics GRE. I received a 5 on the AP Physics test, way back when.

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