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...Calculus, so I have a thorough understanding of all the aspects of Precalculus that will be used at the next level. Precalculus is a very challenging combination of advanced algebra, trigonometry, and the analysis of graphs. Many students feel that Precalculus is even more rigorous than the first quarter of A.P.

...I majored in Math at Purdue University and my original career goal was to become a high school Math Teacher. While at Purdue, I completed my student teaching and taught Algebra and Geometry and Basic Math in a local school district in Indiana for a semester. I moved with my family in August of ...

...I soon developed a reputation for my ability to walk them through their difficulties. During this time I began tutoring math, from high-school through adult ages. I have since helped many students from diverse backgrounds and educational needs achieve success in their studies.

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...In other words, one begins to finally understand, fundamentally, why the natural world is described mathematically, and not some other way. The techniques of both Calculus and Linear Algebra are brought to bear on problems of dynamics -- that is how things move and change with respect to one another. I matriculated into the Doctoral Program in Mathematics at University of Illinois.

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