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I am a graduate with a Master's of Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Louisville in Kentucky. During my years there, I graded math tests in the engineering school ranging from pre-**calculus** to Calculus 1-3 as well as the higher courses of Differential Equations and Numerical Methods. I also provided tutoring in those classes.

...As algebra is foundational to all the math I studied, I have a very strong grasp of the subject. I show my students methods which minimize the number of steps necessary to arrive at solutions, a valuable skill for test time. I've tutored Algebra 2 for several years, with students ranging from junior high through college ages.

...In college I played four years of intramural softball as well which has allowed me to freshen up my skills. I took a Linear Algebra class at UC Berkeley which focused on vectors, matrix manipulation, REF, RREF, and differential equations. I also have had extensive experience with MATLAB which forces me to use Linear algebra extensively.

Currently finishing up on my PhD at UCLA in plasma physics, I love being able to give back some of my knowledge by helping out students with math/physics coursework. I have tutored throughout my undergraduate and graduate education, and have been a TA for introductory undergraduate physics courses....

...Calculus is a challenging subject, even for experts. The key to mastering Calculus is to properly "clean up" problems with the appropriate substitutions and cancellations. I scored 5's on both the AP Calculus AB & BC tests, and excelled in my engineering math courses at UCLA.

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