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...Pre-calculus is a review of many topics you'll recognize from algebra, including geometry, cartesian and polar graphs, trigonometry, and solving multiple equations. Most textbooks will show you a bewildering barrage of equations to solve every kind of problem there is. My approach will touch on...

...I start with a review of your interests (to relate physics and math to what you already know and like) and math skills. I advise students that they already know a lot of physics and math, or they could not function day to day. I try to build on that knowledge.

...Economics is not only a textbook subject, it requires students to apply their knowledge to explore the real world problems. I took Calculus I, Calculus II, Econometrics, and Probability & Statistics. My strong math background allow me to assist students who are struggling with quantitative analysis.

...We then work together to build on it, with lots of supervised practice and homework, to expand knowledge and mastery. Pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, analytic (e.g., Cartesian) geometry, calculus, simple differential equations, matrices; classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, elementary atomic and quantum physics. I teach as far north as Burlingame and as far south as San Carlos.

...I mentored younger siblings and cousins growing up. And I am currently in a PhD program, constantly in an academic environmentI am a perceptive mentor who understands where every student has a problem and guides them accordingly. Being easy to relate to and personable I help students get over the intimidation factor, which is often the major stumbling block for students.

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