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...Prealgebra involves learning to work with numbers and variables in new ways, working with fractions and decimals, ratios and proportions, statistics and probability, basic geometry and basic algebra. Students who understand these very important basics are ready to move on to algebra. I've worked in a college GED lab, and I'm able to tutor all of the subjects.

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...Will explain the concept at the level of the student(make the subject easy, make sure to check for his/her understanding and follow through with examples with visual and verbal explanations. Credentials: Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering, 30 Years in the work place Teaching of Electron...

...It is up to me to find a way of presentation that works with the student's background. I use the Socratic method a lot, asking the student questions and building on the response. I did some Skin diving from 1966 to 1975, and back packing from 1969 to 1975, mostly in the Olympics.

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