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...We must honor our students, their culture and heritage as much as we honor our own. They may change their values, or ideas over the process of time, but as a tutor, we will show them what they want and need from our culture, and let them, as adults, determine what they will keep and integrate into their lives. Learning is based on process not product.

...I have used it professionally doing signal processing using MATLAB. The benefit of MATLAB over other languages is in processing matrices, and processing matrices is what linear algebra is all about. I believe that I am qualified to teach this at the college level due to having with a PhD in physics as well as class and professional experience.

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...I am well versed in sets, functions and relations, matrix algebra, probability, graph theory, logic, mathematical induction, and algorithmic thinking. I am also familiar with Boolean algebra, linear programming, and number theory. I think of discrete mathematics simply as the mathematics that is necessary for decision making in non-continuous situations.

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