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...As a student myself I know how frustrating it can be to spend hours trying to understand a topic and not comprehend anything I've read. Once I learned how to approach a subject and connect the dots, difficult concepts came much easier to me. I would like to help others learn the same thing, but of course, nobody is the same.

...I took courses on differential equations and partial differential equations. I carried out research leading to a PhD in Statistics in Markov processes which depends heavily of using numerical methods to solve differential and partial differential equations. I have a Bachelor of Science in Statistics.

...Prealgebra is the structure of any algebraic function, and learning how to take the correct fractions, decimals, absolute values etc. are just as important as any other arithmetic. The exposure to exponential laws and scientific notation are necessary for any future science or math coursework, e...

...I also have some personal experience in working with students on the autism spectrum. I look forward to meeting with new students!I have over two years of experience tutoring Algebra to adult students at the college level. I also ran a group study session for College Algebra at a community college I previously attended.

...Derivatives are instantaneous rates of change and integrals are areas under curves. It turns out that derivatives and integrals are inverses of each other. That is, the area under the curve of a derivative function is the function itself.

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