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...I have used it for engineering analysis and modeling, financial calculations such as income taxes and return of investment, and databases for record keeping. I have built several mathematical models using 8,760 hourly timesteps with various numerical integration schemes. I have also set up drop...

...I thought it was just memorizing a bunch of algorithms, and it wasn't until I learned more about teaching math that I found my passion for it. Now that I see the "hows" and "whys" behind the mathematics, I developed a love and respect for mathematics. In my experience teaching high school, I ha...

...I have written or co-authored many books dealing with philosophy, religious studies, and the humanities. All standardized tests are structured very similarly. I teach students not only how to improve their math and verbal skills, but also the specific test-taking skills and strategies they need to maximize their scores.

...I've had formal training in my formal education as well as practical experience in the many techniques that are employed to solve today's real-life problems. I've been using Macintosh computers for my engineering/science work for the past 25 years. During this time frame I've evolved with apple technology and have always incorporated the latest technology in my research.

...Thai food is my favorite type of food, you'll frequently find me drawing and I enjoy hiking on the weekends. I've spent several years paying attention to the creative process as it applies to mathematics. I love seeing that moment of "aha!" when my students understanding something which had been confusing them.

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