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...I have tutored Algebra to middle school, high school, and college level students and I have helped them improve their study skills and test scores in this subject. I have learned areas where people get stuck or confused. I can help explain the topic in a way that makes sense, and I can help if earlier algebra skills are lacking.

...I graduated from university in Australia with a Bachelor of Science degree, with a double major in physics and mathematics. I taught myself logic when a student needed help with it. I found it quite easy once I realized it's a lot like algebra - most of the mathematical symbols and equations are analogous to algebra symbols and equations.

...No matter what you are struggling with in Geometry, I will make it easier to understand. Pre algebra prepares students for the most fun, and challenging and applied areas of mathematics: Algebra. From fractions and ratios, to integers, decimals, factorization, negative numbers, natural numbers.

...Pre**calculus** provides all the "mechanics" required for **calculus**. Often this subject is the most difficult for high school students, as it requires them to become familiar with Trigonometric functions, the unit circle, identities, and functions with discontinuities such as asymptotes & holes. Whi...

...Moreover, I have tutored all three courses to MESA STEM majors. I was also a Supplemental Instructor for Multivariable Calculus for three semesters. Finally, my experience with this course also includes work as a Teacher?s Assistant at a high school and know how it is taught in the classroom.

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