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...For this problem, I work to help the student understand how and where the unit circle comes from. Other problems arise in the complex numbers and systems of equations. For this, I think it's better to go through problems and examples so the student can start to understand and differentiate the equations.

...I am a qualified Elementary teacher. I received my Multiple Subject credential, and a Master of Arts in Teaching at the University of Southern California. During this training I developed expertise on the pedagogy of teaching.

...Having taught algebra and geometry for so many years, I have an in depth knowledge of the subjects and know the areas where students often struggle. I realize that for 80% of the population **math** is their least favorite subject. I enjoy **math** but know that many intelligent people struggle with the subject.

...K-12 and secondary education can be extremely stressful for students as well as their families. It is essential that students and their families have a good support team to help get them through all the challenges that are associated with grade school and secondary education. I want to be a part of the team that helps you (or your student) achieve their goals.

...Likewise the structure of the test presents many "pitfalls" that students sometimes struggle with. I point these out to students and help then guard against these types of inadvertent errors. I have scored perfectly on an official administration of the ACT on this section and have also coached several students to a perfect 36 on this section.

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