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...To her, I am grateful for the boundless support for my education career. In Shanghai, I taught for The Princeton Review and then CIE A-Level physics to senior high school students. In 2011, I founded Newton American Education Studio to help prepare Shanghai?s students to enter and succeed at top US universities.

...We learn how to manipulate Minecraft with Python. Then back to Scratch to parallel our learning with Java. This brings us to Object Oriented Programming and eventually abstract data structures.

...It is my job as a teacher/tutor to give students the tools they need to succeed as well as the knowledge of when and how to apply those tools. I equip students to be confident in their abilities in mathematics and help them be well rounded students. I come along side families to tutor and encourage their children to their fullest potential.

...My ultimate goal is to share my love of learning with others. My undergraduate studies resulted in degrees in Physics, Math, and Economics, with a minor in Spanish. Last summer I was involved in an internship studying sound waves and then working part of the summer with a group of Korean exchange students and helping them to learn about the culture in the United States.

...I can help with all aspects of Pre-Calculus, including vector and matrix math, identifying real and complex roots (e.g. via graphs and positive real zeroes), rules of exponents and logarithms, graphing exponential and parabolic equations, identifying equations for exponential and parabolic graphs...

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