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...Some of the topics I have worked with are converting the angles from radians to degrees & degree to radians, graphing trigonometry functions, applying properties & identities, law of Cos and law of sin. Also I have worked on many more topics that come along in trigonometry. I have also tutored students who have taken advanced courses as well.

...A typical finite math course is a survey course consisting of: linear functions, matrices, linear inequalities, linear programming, the Simplex Method, counting (combinatorics), and probability. I have taught finite math within the university and community college setting for the past nine years. I am aware of the errors most frequently made by students.

...After teaching in public schools for 12 years, I became a full-time tutor specializing in standardized test preparation, reading and writing. My experience with special needs students has led me to be a skillful diagnostician of learning problems in all children and to customize learning plans t...

...This included both extension work for gifted students as well as intervention for students requiring remediation. My lessons included pre-assessments, problem-solving activities, and Common Core aligned post-assessments. I served as the Extended Learning Specialist in a high performing district for five years.

...I have expertise with relationships between shutter speed and aperture for proper exposure. I am familiar with depth of field, bulb, time exposures, panning, F stops, fast lenses, SLRs, digital photography, ISO speed, white balance, focal lengths, zoom, telephoto, wde angle, and the inverse rela...

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