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...My teaching efforts take up the vast majority of my time, but I do still tutor some students on the side as my schedule allows. I've been tutoring for many years, even since I was in high school myself. I offer tutoring in a multitude of subjects, but specialize in high school and college level mathematics, physics, chemistry, and **statistics** courses.

...I have a Strong Physics Background. I have been involved in programming for over 10+ years experience. I am very patient and I am an expert in Math, Science, and Engineering.I have a Phd in Engineering and my thesis is about optimization and forecast methods which is highly related to Linear Algebra.

...I have tremendous patience, and continually developed methodologies to impart such knowledge, and am very excited to have this opportunity to put my knowledge and experience to work for you - you will not be disappointed, as I shall strive to exceed your expectations! I LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING H...

...I make friends quite easily and love to hear about people's backgrounds, cultures and life experiences. Learning is a joyful experience, but we all can use a helping hand and that's what i am here for!I have a taken and passed calculus and linear mathematics undergraduate courses. For Ph.D dissertation i worked with high order differential equations to build mathematical models.

...The first skill is algebra. The concepts (e.g., variables and inequality) and manipulations (e.g., solving equations and factoring) you learn in algebra are a kind of language that will be used in geometry, algebra 2, trigonometry, calculus, probability and **statistics**. These subjects use the same notations as do algebra, so once you master them you can move forward into more advanced topics.

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