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If you're looking for somebody to either help you catch up in math, or get ahead in math, I'm your guy. I was a math major at Washington University in St. Louis, and minored in German, economics, and writing.

...Thank you for your consideration. Algebra 1 is a textbook title or the name of a course, but it is not a subject. It is often the course where students become acquainted with symbolic manipulations of quantities.

...While there, I spent time as a TA tutoring **physics** to other undergraduates in both group and one-on-one settings. Since then I've spent time working in health care as an organ transplant placement coordinator and as 3D animator and motion graphics artist for film, video games, and advertising. Along the way I've continued tutoring math and science.

I have been teaching Physics in New Jersey schools for more than 30 years. I retired this last June from full time work and have been teaching part time. During the last 9 months I have taught an SAT II Physics prep course as well as a full Physics preview course at a specialized learning center and am currently teaching Lab Physics and Lab Chemistry at a very small private school.

...Algebra 2 is the continuation of the concepts of Algebra 1 into more difficult and advanced problems. Instead of solving and graphing only linear (first power) equations, quadratic (second power) and higher equations are dealt with, as well as rational (involving fractions) and radical (involving square roots) equations. Algebra 2 is extremely important for success in higher math.

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