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...I've found that most problems older students have with more advanced mathematics can be traced back to an insufficient grounding in the most basic ideas. I enjoy helping students make sense out of what too often has become mysterious and mechanical. I have a master's in mathematics and am a former mathematics instructor at Sonoma State University.

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...I am currently employed at the Sonoma State University Tutorial Center, tutoring college students in various levels of math. I hope to one day become an AP Math teacher in high school, who inspires students to enjoy the magnificent puzzle that mathematics is.I have taken every Calculus class possible through college level. I enjoy Calculus much more than most people.

...How I learned math myself was that I would always read the book and spend time with it until I could picture everything it was talking about and understand it from an abstract point of view. In other words, I wanted to know the why and the how, not just the what, so I could have an intuitive und...

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