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...I am an Adjunct Professor of Physics. I am completely familiar with the concepts of geometry from my experience with teaching AP Physics and college physics courses. I am proficient in all topics of a full year college level Physics curriculum.

...I received an 800 on the SAT math and 790 on the SAT Math Level II Subject Test. I have tutored all levels of math, including **algebra**, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. I was also on my high school math team, so I can help students learn to recognize patterns and shortcuts to do math more quickly and accurately.

...Trignometry involves the relations of the sides and angles of triangles; it is to find a missing side or angle in a triangle. For example, given one side of a triangle and two angles in the triangle, then the other two sides and the remaining angle are determined. It also deals with the special function, sin, cos and tan and the inverse of these functions, cot, sec, and csc.

...Students leave my home only when they have gained a thorough understanding and confidence in the topics they have learned. I assure good scores!!I am an M.S (Telecommunications Engineer). Math is my primary subject. I tutor children in Math currently and have seen major progress in their approach.

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