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...I have a passion for both learning and teaching. I like to emphasize underlying principles instead of memorizing formulas. I am knowledgeable in the fields of physical science and mathematics, ranging from the basic to advanced levels.

...I find that focusing on the process allows students to grasp a deeper understanding of the concepts being taught. So I will use worksheets, workbooks, textbooks and real-life examples to help others gain understanding of the subject. Whatever it takes to understand the process of achieving the right answer is what I will do.

...I can teach them how to model real-world scenarios using trigonometric functions. I also have plenty of practice problems to make sure they are comfortable with proving trigonometric identities and solving trigonometric equations. I have helped many students prepare for the SSAT and its sister test, the ISEE.

...My daily exposure and experience has made me skilled in this subject. In addition I have further experience in competitive mathematics with participation in Mu Alpha Theta maths competitions in high school and the Putnam competition in college. I have experience tutoring up to multivariable **calculus** and have previously tutored Calculus 1 and 2 (depending on where you go) professionally.

...A function of order n has, at most, (n-1) critical points. These points are where the functions turns around from positive to negative (or vice-versa) or stops rising or falling (at a point of inflection) and then continues to rise or fall. These critical points can be maxima, minima, or poi...

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