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...Yes, it is a math course but more importantly it introduces the student to the power of logic and is a very good course to follow Algebra 1. Algebra 1 lays down some basic laws. In Geometry, these laws are used to introduce more complex laws (theorems) whereby the student learns how to formulate a logical argument.

...The last 19 years has been at Hawthorne High School on El Segundo Blvd. I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry. Currently I am also teaching piano there as well as teaching math.

...I have been blessed with amazing tutors and teachers, who personalized their teaching strategies and taught me the importance of education, and my goal is to pass along that blessing. Math was what I excelled at and enjoyed the most. It came naturally to me, but the more people I met, the more I realized how uncommon it was for people to understand math, even my wife is in this category.

...I have a friendly and patient approach, and proven improvement in student performance. I received straight A's in all 3 levels of calculus, and was awarded a Boeing math scholarship based on my performance in multivariable calculus. In high school I received a 5 on the calculus AP exam.

...I enjoy making physics approachable and interesting for students. Please reach out to me if you need any help in your math or mechanical physics classes. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you on your academic journey!I have the chance to use concepts from Algebra I almost daily in my job as a mechanical engineer.

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