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...This course extends the topics first seen in Algebra I and provides advanced skills in algebraic operations. Additionally, linear and quadratic functions and relations, conic sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, graphing, and sequences and series will be explored. Calculus is the foundation for math, science and technology; it paves the way.

...In today's culture, reading has often taken a back seat to other media. Students often struggle to keep up with their reading skills. In the tutoring process, the student will develop from the reading level where they feel comfortable.

...B SAT-II, a 750 on the Chemistry SAT-II, and an 800 on the Physics SAT-II. Two of my four PSAT students have been awarded National Merit Semifinalist awards, both on the new format of the test. I have also served as a college adviser for dozens of students and can assist with applications and essays as well as offer general advice with the college application process.

...I like to have the student gain an understanding of the reasons behind a particular method of solving a problem instead of merely showing a mechanical way getting an answer. I balance this teaching style with a light smattering of humor or simple chatting so that the students can begin to enjoy ...

...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. My coursework includes the following: Calculus, Mu...

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