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...I have tutored at LSSU for 4 years, WMU for 2 years, and private tutoring for 2 year. I have tutored algebra, college algebra, statistics, probability, and Calculus 1, 2, and 3. Also I did a little work helping with physics, cryptography, and graph theory.

...I was in the Oakland Youth Symphony Orchestra as a cellist and we played a variety of pieces including Tchaicovski's 5th Symphony. For beginners, I use the Strictly Strings book by Dillon, Kjelland, O'Reilly. Once my students master the art of controlling the cello and fingerings or if they are one of my more advanced students, I use the Suzuki books.

...I was taught linear algebra in a number of courses at the University of Michigan. Honors Mathematics 2, Honors Algebra 1, and Honors Algebra 2, in particular, used linear algebra extensively. I have a solid understanding of linear algebra and I am ready to teach it.

...I always mentored and tutored my roommates and classmates when I was in university studying Electrical and Computer Engineering. They usually consulted me before the exams and asked for rules-of-thumb or quick tips to remember. The majority of them thanked me and said kind words after the exams.

...Having earned a bachelor?s degree in mathematics from Kalamazoo College and a second bachelor?s in secondary education from the University of Michigan, it is needless to say that I thoroughly enjoy mathematics! I am confident in my capabilities and willingness to help all learners. I am eager to have the opportunity to interact with you and/or your son/daughter.

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