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...I work with mostly beginners, helping students get excited about learning chess. I also tutor mathematics to students in and around Philadelphia. I have completed all of my mathematics courses at Drexel University for my entire bachelor's degree.

...Most of the material covered compares to pre-algebra and algebra, which I tutor regularly to middle schoolers, high schoolers and adults. When I did my B.S. degree I took both sophomore and senior linear algebra classes. We covered systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants, eigenvalues, vector spaces, linear transformations, introduction to inner products on Rn in the first class.

...I have a strong background in calculus due to profession as an electrical engineer and the fact that I hold two Master's degrees one of which is in Geophysics and the other is in electrical engineering. Both of these career fields required a strong grasp of calculus, differential equations and physics. Also I have been tutoring students who have taken AP calculus at the AB and BC level.

...I'm in canyon country and available for tutoring calculus, and physics if needed. I'm very experienced in this subject and have an MS in physics. I took multiple courses on differential equations both at undergraduate and graduate levels.

...I will provide that practice as we go through as many examples as we need, and I will explain everything that happens as we go along. Let's keep it simple. Let's learn.I am qualified to teach Algebra because I hold a valid California Single Subject Teaching Credential for Mathematics.

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