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I use algebra extensively, from basic arithmetical manipulations to abstract topics such as rings and fields. Like most mathematics courses, Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 cover a wide range of material, but most of this material can be reduced to simple concepts. It is my experience that most people who...

...Currently, I teach college-level Chemistry and tutor several students in general Physical Science as well as specific disciplines such as Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Mathematics. The Preliminary SAT, or PSAT, is an excellent early indicator of how well students will do on the SAT. Perhaps ...

...Last year, I tutored a student through the entirety of his high school precalculus and trigonometry class. Precalculus contains several hard and fast rules, yet it is also the first math class many students encounter where multiple, drawn-out pathways to a solution may present themselves. If you like puzzles, you might enjoy precalculus more that you expect.

...What that child learns, they will surely pass on to someone else. Learning should always be fun for a child so I work with each child individually to find what ways I can make it fun for them. As an undergraduate and graduate student, I took courses in math and electrical engineering that involved learning how to solve for ordinary, linear and non-linear differential equations.

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