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...I use examples, the internet, pictures and models to help explain word problems and questions. When I was in high school I struggled with Algebra and Trigonometry, so I had to start from the beginning in college. I had a few great teachers and now it is a strength that I depend heavily on.

...I also took a couple of graduate level classes in logic and switching theory from the University of Minnesota. More importantly, I worked as a digital logic designer for over ten years. As such I am extremely knowledgeable in Boolean algebra, Karnaugh maps and state machines, and assembly level programming.

...I have been tutoring high school students one-on-one in algebra for several years and you can't possibly do algebra if you don't know anything about prealgebra. I have tutored high school as well as college/university students in Calculus, and of course one must know something about Precalculus ...

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