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...I connect with the student to create a logical and efficient two column proof based on deductive reasoning using theorems, postulates, and definitions. We have fun with proofs on popular topics such as parallel lines, congruent triangles, and CPCTC. Precalculus is a catchall of topics that need to be in place before going on to calculus.

...I also took AP Physics B and AP Physics C: Mechanics (Calculus-based) during my senior year of high school, scoring a 5 on each of them. In 9th grade, I took the old SAT and scored 1580, with an 800 on the Verbal section and a 780 on the Math section. As a senior in high school, I took the new SAT and scored 2330, with scores of 780 in Math, 780 in Verbal, and 770 in Writing.

...This is class might be the first introduction to variables/unknowns and I try and make sure students are not afraid of these topics. Most statistics classes are a combination of probability and then statistics. I try and focus on some of the common themes, such as finding z-scores and how that relates to different problems.

...Sometimes the trouble came from new concepts, other times a weak understanding of previous concepts or there were too many details to work with. However, through the struggling times, I learned that math could be a bit easier if I could approach it different ways. One way that I learned to strengthen my math skills was the easy, interesting and hard series of exercises.

...I have also individually tutored tutored students in Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 5th grade. I coached soccer for ten years. I coached Under 14 coed for three years and high school boys and girls for seven years.

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