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...My background is in engineering and business, so I use an applied math approach to teaching. I find knowing why the math is important goes a long way towards helping students retain information. After all, math IS fun!In the past 5 years, I have taught differential equations at a local university.

...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 5th grade and scored an 800 on the math section of my SAT (and 790 on the similar section of the GRE). Algebra provides a solid found...

...I attended Parkland High School and graduated in 2015 prior to my attendance at Temple. At Parkland, I did very well in all of my math courses from Algebra 2, geometry, college algebra and Calculus. During my first semester at Temple, I was enrolled in Calculus I and I finished with a 97%, one of the highest grades in my class.

...Algebra 2 is the continuum of Algebra 1. That is, Algebra 2 uses the same operations on advanced algebraic operations, introduce square roots and simplifying and perform the same operations as equations. Polynomials seem to be most difficult because some contain fractions and fractions are a bit more difficult to perform operations with variables!

...I have taught science classes at UPenn and Cornell, and have also taught and tutored high school and middle school students. I was a teaching assistant for two molecular biology courses at UPENN (Bio 101 and BIO 221). I am currently an Adjunct Professor at Rutgers University and Lincoln Universi...

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