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...I teach math in the summer as well, for students who want to continue / catch up / excel in their math skills, or prepare themselves for ACT Math. I really enjoy teaching math, and that is what I do best.I have tutored many students in the basic Algebra course. I have worked with students who have difficulty understanding the basic foundations of the course.

...I have taken courses in logic, number theory, probability and statistics, and linear **algebra**; all these courses are a part of discrete math. My area of research lies in the field of nonlinear partial differential equations. I have given a guest lecture on this course, where the focus was on Laplace transforms, convolution, and integro-differential equations.

...Students learn multiple ways for finding roots of quadratics. Finally, **algebra** 2 typically ends with complex numbers, logarithmic and exponential functions. When I teach and tutor **algebra** 2, I stress mathematical reasoning and multiple approaches (**algebra**ic, geometric and numeric). For example...

...I believe every student can be successful in mathematics. There are multiple ways to teach each concept and it is the teacher's job to find the method that works for the student. I never give up until I have found the key to a student's success.

...I have been teaching Geometry concepts for more than 10 years. I can help students understand and write Geometry proofs, become more confident with right triangle trigonometry, and other important concepts like area, volume, pythagorean theorem, and circles. As a teacher, I know the areas in which students struggle and therefore can address those problems more easily.

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