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...Many programs, like python and MatLab, use the concepts of linear algebra in their core operations. To be prepared for these problems and to use these tools, and individual needs a strong foundation in linear algebra. Every engineering student at Northwestern University is required to take MatLab in their first quarter.

...I have also taught Algebra 1 at the high school level for many years so I understand common mistakes and how to resolve them. I am well educated in all aspects of Algebra 1 and beyond. I have ten years of teaching experience at the high school level.

...I provide Excel tutoring for students who seek to learn for Academic classes. I also provide Excel tutoring to working professionals and Small Businesses that seek to learn Excel for normal Business use to the creation of advanced Excel workbooks that are aimed at automation of repetitive tasks ...

...When I took the ACT, I earned a perfect score on the math section. When tutoring ACT math, I take the approach of connecting what the student knows to what the problem is asking for so that the student will be able to do that type of problem in the future. I took a philosophy course in college ...

...We learn about the unit circle, trigonometric functions, their inverse and graphs, right triangle, oblique triangles, polar coordinates, etc. We also learn to master the trigonometric identities. My experience in both ACT and SAT tutoring makes me state from the beginning that if you are a student who likes to think more and figure out things by yourself, then the SAT is for you.

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