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...I enjoy **math** and I have many different ways to approach difficult subjects. I am NOT big on memorizing formulas, although there are a few that DO need to be memorized. I try to approach **math** from a logical perspective so that the formulas and functions make sense.

...Growing up, **math** was always relatively fun for me. Numbers, patterns and sequences came naturally, and I could always see the "WHY" behind the principles being explained in class. After two years as a peer tutor in college I realized that the **math** that confused so many of my fellow students just needed to be explained the way that I saw it.

...The understanding and application of these rules help a person become a thinking, and, therefore, skilled speller. Syllabication and dictionary marks are also important learning tools because they help the speller to determine what is the correct vowel sound. In the last eighteen years of my teaching career, I specialized in teaching prealgebra and geometry in sixth grade.

...As a part studies, my coursework has included Vector Calculus, Fourier Analysis, Complex Analysis, and Differential Equations. I have extensive experience tutoring both high school and college level calculus. I received my Bachelor's in Physics from UCLA in 2013, graduating magna cum laude.

...My experience in the technical field spans over 25 years. I have two daughters who are A+ students, 20 and 24 years old. The older one, Stephanie, graduated from UCLA with honors and a Psychobiology degree.

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