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...As an educator and a mother of two, I know patience is important, and I never give up on my students.I successfully completed calculus, linear algebra I, and linear algebra II in college which gives me a strong mathematics foundation for tutoring prealgebra, algebra 1, and algebra 2. My experien...

...While I do have a six-hour cancellation policy, I offer makeup sessions. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you embrace your inner math wiz!Aside from studying mathematics in college, I also tutored 8th grade math, which involved a lot of Algebra and Precalculus. During my college career, I studied mostly calculus and multivariable calculus.

...I attempt to make learning fun but at the same time challenging and relevant to my students' everyday lives. I consider it a privilege to stand along other professional educators in enhancing learning and literacy among students of all ages. I have a BS Chemical Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL and an MS Chemistry, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL.

My name is Abdullah A., and I started tutoring students math in 2010 when I was in high school. Previously, I was in a medical school but my passion for math forced me to change my major and finally I left medical school and got admission in undergraduate electrical engineering program in University of Illinois at Chicago. Working with students one-on-one always feels special to me.

...That is, the area under the curve of a derivative function is the function itself. Fascinating. How would you prove the area of a circle is Pi*r^2.

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