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...Example topics include set theory, combinatorics, graph theory and logic. In contrast to real numbers that have the property of changing "smoothly", the objects studied in discrete math, e.g., integral numbers, graphs, and statements in logic, have distinct, separated values. Discrete mathematics therefore excludes calculus and analysis.

...I have developed a list of specific areas that are covered on the test as well as an outline of specific test strategies for SAT Writing. I have over five years of experience in tutoring for standardized tests. I have developed my own content summaries and an outline of test strategies.

...I also tutored GED math at Mercy Learning Center in Bridgeport this summer. My modus operandi is to be well prepared for each tutoring session by doing any homework in advance of the student to enable helping him/her gain a better understanding of the assigned work. All students I have tutored have significantly improved their test scores and overall grades.

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...I think they really benefited from looking at an already solved problem and seeing how each step works. Math has a pattern, and I am very patient and willing to do as many problems or draw visuals to help them see that pattern. I also love physiology and the dynamic and integrated way our body functions.

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