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I have over 20 years experience in tutoring, primarily in high school and introductory college level physics. I know that physics can be an intimidating subject, so I combine clear explanations of the material with strategies for how to catch mistakes without getting discouraged. Keeping a good attitude can be a key part of mastering physics.

...I have also taught piano performance in conservatory in Athens, Greece. Modern Greek I grew up in a Greek speaking household. (My mother was Greek). As a boy I attended the Greek school at the church. From 1992-1995 I lived in Greece where I taught music theory in Greek.

My name is Howard. I supervised a department of more than 30 mathematics teachers in one of New York City's largest high schools for more than 20 years. I've been involved in mathematics education for my entire career and have had more than 25 years of successful experience as a tutor of middle school, high school and college mathematics courses and the math section of the SAT.

...I have helped students succeed in all areas of math including Algebra, Geometry, Pre Calc and Trig. As a Varsity gymnastics coach, I understand the demand of juggling sports and school and realize the importance of keeping grades up for college. I have been the Academic Dean of a private boarding school in CA, where I assisted students applying to college, NCAA and future opportunities.

...First of all, students need to solve basic addition, subtraction, multiply and division by using fraction. Second, students can be able to solve the problem like this:3/x-1+2/x+2=? To understand this problem, we need to find common denominator and then add up. Sounds fairly simple! 3.Factoring is relatively easy but still needs work.

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