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...This involves learning how to strategize learning. Let me be your guide and companion in your next academic journey and you will find the trip far easier and more pleasant than you imagined!I have taught algebra techniques not only as a topic on its own but also in conjunction with the physical ...

...I have studied mathematical logic during my undergraduate studies. In graduate school I formally had a concentration in Logic, so I have passed a qualifying examination in logic. I have really enjoyed learning about algorithmic randomness. (However, my thesis is in metric geometry.) I can teac...

...We review important concepts such as: the basics of functions including: graphing, finding their inverses and compositions of functions; graphing transformations of basic functions; complex numbers; the unit circle; maximizing word problems and other word problems. Allow me to use the experience...

...As a tutor for needy children, I have created lesson plans to explain concepts in a more dynamic way that helps students better understand and succeed in the classroom. I try to be flexible with my time, while I do have a 24 hour cancellation policy. To ensure students have quiet and comfortable environment for studying and to work with me, I take classes from my place in Queens.

...I received my BA in Mathematics and Physics from Cornell University. Teaching Approach: 1) convey to students an intuition of the subject in order to determine how to best approach problems of interest, 2) teach the computations necessary to solve the problem in an efficient and straightforward ...

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