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...Linear Algebra also used differential equations. Logic is normally part of my teaching system in advanced mathematics courses. Logic, tree diagrams, Logic circuits (engineering), dendrimers, and other advanced science is part of my repertoire of teaching methods.

Gary is very patient and explains math in simple,logical steps that help students understand math as never before. He enjoys helping students reach their full potential. While there is only one correct answer to a math problem, there are different ways to approach the problem.

...I have taught courses through Calculus and everything before that. I took one logic course while working for my master's degree in math. The ACT Math test covers Algebra 1, 2, and Geometry plus there are four to six basic trigonometry questions.

...I relied heavily on computers both in school and in my years in business, when I used them both for my personal office work, and also as part of multi-media systems that I designed and provided for customers. I'm only comfortable tutoring on PCs though, unless it's very basic. I've used Mac computers plenty but not enough to consider myself proficient on them.

I am a cost accountant with 33 years of work experience. I have taught managerial accounting, cost accounting, and finance college courses at TCC and Devry University. My teaching approach is based on the concept that a student learns a discipline best through practiced problem solving and developing the terminology in words they can understand themselves.

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