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...Your goals become my goals! A little bit about myself: I am a recent graduate of the M.S. degree program in Mathematics at Tufts University where I focused on the three major cornerstones of Contemporary Mathematics: Analysis (Real & Complex), Abstract Algebra, and Geometry/Topology. I complete...

...I can help you understand and apply economic concepts so that you will succeed in you class and gain insights into how and why companies and governments act as they do. In addition to majoring in Economics and Finance at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and earnin...

...Calculus is the study of rates of change, and has numerous and varied applications from business, to physics, to medicine. The complexity of the topics involved however, require that your grasp of mathematical concepts and function properties is strong. I have helped numerous students master both the foundations and the specific skills taught in a variety of calculus courses.

...It began when I attended Northeastern University and studied Mechanical Engineering Technology. I graduated in 1982 with a B.E.T.M.E.(Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Mechanical Engineering). After graduation, I worked at various companies as an Estimator and in 1985-1986 worked as an Assoc...

...If you would like any references please don't be afraid to ask!I have been tutoring Algebra for almost 15 years! I have developed tons of tricks to get through even the trickiest of problems and have no problem teaching them to your child. With Algebra the most mistakes are made by skipping steps, so a systematic approach is often best!

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