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...I'm friendly, warm, patient and easy to work with -- and I truly care about my students. I was valedictorian of my high school class and I have an honors degree in math from Harvard, where I also studied **physics** and psychology. At Harvard I was a Teaching Assistant at the Harvard extension school, working with local residents in a variety of math subjects.

...I have a Ph.D. in **physics** and linear algebra is used all the time for daily work. I've used it to solve all sorts of numerical problems. I've been tutoring in linear algebra and recently helped a student at Columbia learn this subject.

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...For three seasons, I coached a junior olympics club team (16U, 17U, 16U). I am Impact certified, the first level of the USAV coach's accreditation program. I have also coached an adult skills clinic for two years. I developed and taught "A Crash Course in C" at MIT for 6 years.

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