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...I am adept at a full range of mathematics including pre-algebra, algebra 1 & 2, geometry, **trigonometry**, logic, discrete math, number theory and set theory, geometry and analytic geometry, linear algebra, pre-calculus, and through to second year calculus. I am very patient, and I take a personal ...

...I am also happy to tutor Physics students. I believe that math is best learned by working on good, challenging problems. By working a problem and understanding every step thoroughly, the student will also come to understand the concepts and definitions that it uses.

...Over the years, I have developed my own test taking strategies that have proven to be very successful. I then graduated from CSU with a Master's in Biomedical Science, graduating in the top of my class with a GPA of 4.00. During this program, I spent time as a teacher's assistant for a human anatomy course and worked in a research lab on campus.

...In my senior year I even memorized and recited pi to 314 digits to the math club at our Pi day party. I attended graduate school at Creighton University where I earned my Ph.D. in biomedical sciences. While there I used computers to simulate how proteins fold and stabilize their structures.

...I have been able to use my math and problem solving skills for a long and rewarding career in software engineering. I am now helping my own kids learn these useful tools for understanding and solving simple and complex math problems. It is a real pleasure to see the "light bulb" go off when they finally realize how to understand and solve what was just recently an incomprehensible problem.

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