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...I have tutored children ages 7 and 9, working through workbooks that contain **math** and reading. I have also tutored while at Oklahoma State, helping individuals in various **math** courses. I enjoy working with all ages and all different types of **math** subjects, and also subjects involved with elementary education.

...I would hold small tutoring sessions with some friends at my home and I would basically be their teacher. I've always had a dry-erase board and I would either teach problems to the whole group or I would go one on one with someone about a specific area they had trouble in. Even now as I am in college, many of my friends still ask for my help even though we do not all go to the same school.

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...Quadratic Functions, Radical expressions, Polynomial functions, Rational Function, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, and Conic sections. I have tutored AP Calculus AB, BC, Calculus for Business and Economics (1325, 1376), Calculus (2413,2414), and Accelerated Calculus (2417) students over the years. I received great feedback from those students.

...Can I assume anything else about the problem?" "What do I want? What does the problem want me to find?" "What equations or concepts relate what I know to what I want? Do I need to use more than one concept to connect what I have to what I want?" And so on.

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