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...More advanced algebra involves quadratic equations, radicals and curvilinear functions. Without a sold base, it's tough stuff. By addressing a few basic concepts -- such as the fact that a quadratic expression can be represented by a rectangular figure -- and making certain that underlying skills are solid, the road ahead can be free of barriers.

...I have a bachelor of science in electrical engineering from UCLA. But my master's study was in civil engineering. And I received a master of science in civil engineering (structural engineering) from UCLA.

...I have attended the University of Bordeaux in the spring for a study abroad opportunity where I am involved in a full immersion program and took mathematics courses in French. For two summers in a row I have done an internship at US Naval bases located in Corona, CA and in Dahlgren, Virginia. At each base I conducted research for the Navy, which have resulted in soon-to-be published papers.

...I worked at CSUN as a math teacher for college algebra and also tutored numerous students in algebra, calculus and trigonometry, both privately and in the CSUN math tutoring labs. As a teaching associate, I conducted supplementary class sessions for students and provided practice problems to hel...

...Throughout my professional career (over 30 years) working in the defense/aerospace industry I worked on many electronic systems that required the in-depth knowledge and the application of all mathematical principles from the most basic concept to the more advanced such a basic math, **geometry** and...

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