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...As an engineer and as a college level tutor, I have worked with algebra 2 type functions and problems for many years. I have been working with spreadsheets for more than 20 years. Over the years, and still today, I have developed many spreadsheets with multiple complex formulas for business and personal use.

...I have tutored many high school and college students over the years and enjoy doing so, especially seeing "the light come on".I have a BS and MS in Physics from Georgia Tech and a PhD in Applied Math from Carnegie Mellon University. I worked in industry most of my career as a mathematician and a...

...I have taught math for thirty nine years. I recently retired from teaching in Gwinnett County Schools. I love tutoring math and helping my students understand the concepts of math and see the smiles on their faces when they have a complete understanding of why math is important in every thing that they will do.

...In addition, I'm a huge foodie, who loves exploring new places to eat and see - especially around Atlanta. Throughout high school and college, I've helped countless students in all of their mathematics courses, everything ranging from Algebra 1 to Partial Differential Equations. I love learning and always am trying new ways of explaining concepts depending on the student.

...Some functions can be more complex and require powerful ways to find their differentials, (which can also be called "prime" of a function). Examples are: The Chain Rule which resolves prime of f(g(x)) into f'(g(x)) x g'(x) which can be put into words as, prime of the outer function times prime ...

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