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...After completing my degree I started teaching calculus. It was more then 20 years ago but I am still excited when I can share this beautiful material with my students. This course is designed to emphasize the study of the properties and applications of common geometric figures in two and three dimensions.

...His work involves applying the principles of **physics**, chemistry, calculus, and other higher mathematics on a daily basis. Jordan has co-authored several scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals and has reported his work at a number of international conferences. Education: Jordan earned his Ph.D. and M.S. in theoretical chemistry from UCI in 2016 and 2011, respectively.

...After graduation, I moved to Los Angles and began graduate school at CSU Long Beach with a focus on Geological Sciences. During my time at CSU I was fortunate enough to TA summer field camps for the CSULB geology department, as well as Lyndon State College. I truly value education, as well as the act of educating others.

...I am happy to discuss any and every aspect of my tutoring. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you might have.My background in Mathematics is quite deep and extensive, and Differential Equations has always held a strange fascination for me among the Mathematical sub-disciplines. W...

...In addition to leading study sessions I've also professionally tutored high school students in AP Biology and AP Physics. Through real life examples like "If Jenn eats a pizza at 4 minutes per slice and Ted eats a pizza at 2 minutes a slice, whats the coefficient of friction of the cheese?" I ca...

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