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...My talent is taking apart complicated systems and breaking it down into easy-to-explain, simple parts. I enjoy tutoring and working with students, and from experience I understand that different students have different needs. I'm currently running two algebra classes, and several tutoring classes for 9th grade chemistry, Algebra II, physics, and pre-calculus.

...I have worked for over 40 years as an engineer applying higher-level **math**ematics to the solution of real-world problems. Algebra 2 is the springboard for the more advanced **math**ematics that a student will encounter in college. Having a firm grasp of polynomial operations, graphs, complex numbers...

As a public policy adviser for 20 years, I've advised governors, legislators and other senior officials on making wise policy decisions. In this role, I've benefited from a mastery of quantitative analysis and a pragmatic understanding of how influence is best achieved. I took algebra beginning in...

...When teaching algebra, I enjoy seeing a student understand a concept he or she has been struggling with. As a former forensic chemist and lab technician as well as a phi beta kappa graduate of Drew University with a degree in chemistry (and a French minor), I am qualified to tutor high school ch...

...I have 20 years of experience with probability, including teaching probability. I have taught probability and statistics at the college level, more than once, and I can help you with the basics or with advanced topics. If you are taking a first course, I can help you with the details of coin flips, dice, cards, binomial distributions, and bell curves.

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