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Pearland, TXView Tutor
...I routinely use the content of precalculus courses in my upper-level math and physics courses. Many of the students I tutor either have questions about this class or require occasional reminders on how to apply this content to their other math and science courses. I have a 1450+ rating on the Chess Time app, which puts me somewhere in the top 1% of the roughly 1.3 million users.
...I am pretty confident you will do well.For my M.S. in Chemical engineering, I took Linear Algebra and made an A. Then for my another M.S. degree (I have 5 MS degrees and I am an instructor at a local college), in Systems (Systems Analysis) I took course on Laplace Transforms that required a considerable use of matrices and matrix algebra. I have an M.S.
...I have also taught college level Algebra in graduate school as a way to augment my stipend. I go along well with my students and encourage them constantly to achieve their professional goals I have a PhD in Physics from The Institute of Optics, University of Rochester where I was trained as a TA...
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