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...My approach involves making these subjects easy to understand by focusing on teaching concepts and ways to tackle problems rather than using complete memorization. I provide known tricks passed onto my that I now want to pass down to other math and chemistry students. These tricks include but are not limited to mnemonics, catch phrases among others.

...What this means is that I am familiar with mathematical concepts ranging from Algebra to Calculus and much more. My librarian skills are valuable because I am aware of all the great resources available for finding out more information. Also as a librarian, I have taught information literacy skills to undergraduate and graduate students for three years.

...I graduated in 2010 from Ramapo College where I majored in business finance and minored in mathematics. I've tutored elementary school through college aged students in many different subjects including elementary math, pre-algebra, algebra 1 and 2, geometry, **trigonometry**, pre-calculus, and calculus. I also provide preparation for the math portion of the SATs and ACTs.

...However, I became an electrical engineer after graduated the University of Maryland in this country about 13 years ago and I always apply math to my engineering projects. I love my work, I love math, and I love teaching. When I was attending college, I was a math tutor and lots of students wanted me tutoring them because I think I had lots of teaching math experiences.

...My background is in engineering and business, so I use an applied math approach to teaching. I find knowing why the math is important goes a long way towards helping students retain information. After all, math IS fun!In the past 5 years, I have taught differential equations at a local university.

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