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...Contact me and put me to the test (no pun intended!). Thank you!I teach high school Spanish classes and also do medical Spanish interpretation locally. I hold a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from ABET credited University of Puerto Rico. I worked as a test engineer for the Department of Defense from 1989-1996.

...I have worked closely with local Latin American communities, volunteering my time as a private ESL tutor for those dedicated to improving both spoken and written english. Furthermore, I have experience as a tutor for most levels of mathematics. This includes calculus for high school students, as well as business calculus and economics for first and second year college students.

...Hello Students! If you need help with mathematics, physics, or engineering, I'd be glad to help out. With dedication, every student succeeds, so don?t despair!

...Previously I studied the history and philosophy of calculus in my undergraduate work, where I read original works of Newton and Leibniz. I like to show students the theory and beauty of calculus while teaching strategies for effective problem solving. Proofs and theorems can be tough to learn when you've never dealt with them before.

...I was involved in modeling turbine systems and my interest began to focus on probability and statistics. The company encouraged further education and I was happy to oblige them, attending Villanova University at night where I earned a Masters degree in Applied Statistics in 1972. I coauthored several papers that were published in math and statistics journals.

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