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...I have also taught solving system of equations using graphing, elimination (combination), and substitution methods. I have also worked on matrices, exponents, logs and many other concepts covered in Algebra 2. I also provide students with additional practice, if needed, on any concepts before tests or finals.

...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. I diligently will point these out to you and make sure you won't fall into these traps when the exam comes around.

...I also received a 5 in all the AP mathematics exams. Lastly, as a physics major I know a great deal of upper level mathematics including Calc 3, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, and more. I was competitive swimmer for four years in high school, and had been swimming competitively for four years prior to that.

...Finally, I have been using algebra ever since, from teaching college-level physics concepts to building courses for professional auditors. I've recently worked with a few dozen precalculus students, from the basics in high school to the advanced materials sometimes covered in college. The more ...

...My style uses solid Math teaching and Communication Skills coupled with patience, encouragement and positive reinforcements. I am married and a father of a boy and a girl and enjoy teaching my kids math. Both of my children are ?A? students in accelerated math and a two-time first place winner of math competitions in local high schools.

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