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...Often students require a review of basic arithmetic skills in order to be successful. Most of these concepts will be seen in future math classes/proficiency tests. I also work with my students to develop the expertise of answering "open-ended" questions.

...Systems engineers are required to have a clear understanding of networking fundamentals. This is the basis of what I offer to students with this subject. With this subject, I help students with college (and some high school) courses that introduce them to the fundamental technologies of local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs) and the Internet.

...In addition to teaching the tools of mathematics, I also enjoy sharing with students how the skills we explore together can be applied in real life, whether for future work, games, and navigating through the minutia of daily life. As touring folk dance guitarist and student of music theory, I've...

...I am an experienced tutor working with elementary through high school students. I have been tutoring for four years now, both student older and younger than me and I am pleased to say that they were all very successful and still are. I love working with students from all grade levels and helping them get motivated to set learning goals and to succeed in school.

...The different properties of the Lines, polygons and other elements are essential to understand advance skills such as **trigonometry** and calculus. Solving equations with trigonometric identities. The trigonometric functions correspond to the lengths of various line segments in a right triangle.

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