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...That is, Algebra 2 uses the same operations on advanced **algebra**ic 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 wit...

...I am employed by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation as a Project Designer, which entails the planning and design of new and reconstruction of roadway and bridge projects within the Philadelphia area. I have been tutoring since 2008. This includes students from elementary to high school, as well as college students and adults looking to continue their education.

...When I teach, my goal is to give you the best of both worlds. What I bring to the table is not just knowledge of how math works, but why it works the way it does. With this approach, I show students how "complicated" concepts are just combinations of simple pieces.

...I have taught students from kindergarten to college age, as well as adult students, and I build positive tutoring relationships with students of all ability and motivation levels. All of my students have seen grade improvement within their first two weeks of tutoring, and all of my students have...

...I've tutored elementary school through college aged students in many different subjects including elementary math, pre-**algebra**, **algebra** 1 and 2, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, and calculus. I also provide preparation for the math portion of the SATs and ACTs. Keeping in mind that each ch...

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