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I am a highly experienced mathematics tutor and certified teacher with over 10 years of experience helping students succeed academically in advanced math subjects such as Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Calculus, SAT/ACT math, and beyond. I hold bachelors degrees in electrical ...

...Calculus I is primarily concerned with understanding the idea of a derivative, techniques of derivation and applications of derivatives. Calculus 2 covers integration in the same manner. In order to do well, students must UNDERSTAND the concepts presented not merely ?get the answer.? I have had great success teaching the concepts as well as the mechanics in a fun and interesting way.

...Prealgebra is crucial, because it is the ultimate building block toward being successful in all of your future mathematical endeavors. You don't just want to "get by" in Prealgebra, you want to master it. A solid elementary mathematical foundation has allowed me to excel in college.

...I love math and science, from basic arithmetic to partial differential equations, from kinematics to quantum dynamics and everything in between.I have degrees in both Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering with minors in mathematics, physics, and computer science from Florida State Unive...

...Despite not seeing algebra 1 since the 6th grade, my skills show no rust and I feel more than comfortable tutoring in algebra. I received a 685 on my SAT math as a sophomore in high school. I am currently a math major and feel as though the skills I have learned in higher level mathematics can translate quite well to the math seen on the SAT.

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