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...Now I speak with my two young children in Arabic predominantly. I have a solid understanding of **calculus** gained through earning a PhD in physics and from learning mathematics in a profound way. I was always interested in mathematics and in high school and was a mathematics olympiad regional winner.

...Ever since highschool I have had an interest in government and politics, especially how they relate to people. Although I enjoy knowing about our government I feel the need to spead that knowledge for I believe as Jefferson did that ". . . whenever the people are well-informed, they can be tru...

...For Mathematical Logic, I can provide insight into: Terms and Formulas in First-Order Languages, Induction in their Calculus, Structures and Interpretations, Satisfaction and Consequence Relations, Formalizations, and Sequent Calculus. I've studied finite mathematics at the undergraduate level a...

...No matter how good one becomes at something, there is always room for improvement in every area of life. We are all human beings, so we can all be constantly striving to get better. I will take any and all feedback that I receive, regardless of whether it is positive or negative, and use it to better myself as a tutor and as an individual.

...The axioms and common understandings of Algebra 1 are common to all other algebras, such as vector algebra, and are therefore the essential foundation for all further study in mathematics. Algebra 2 skills, including factoring, finding roots, solving sets of equations and classifying functions b...

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