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...My Geometry teacher in the ninth grade told me I was the best student of geometry he had ever seen because of my ability to support each statement in a geometric proof with a reason, sometimes more reasons than he could think of. That complement set me on the road to becoming a math major in college. Geometry means "Earth Measurement".

...I then earned a MEd with a major in Secondary Education and minor in mathematics. I finally earned a Masters Degree in Computer Science.Algebra is a first class in algebra that usually follows a pre-algebra class. It is important to understand the basic concepts of algebra before continuing to Algebra II.

...Logic is also the backbone of a good proof, which is required for all upper division math courses, all of which I excelled in. Finite math is a very broad term that encompasses topics including probability, logic, computer programming, matrix theory, or discrete math. However this term is defined here, I have taken and received "A" grades in courses covering each of these topics.

I have been a math tutor at San Manuel High School for three years and at Ironwood Ridge High School for two years. I am patient and insist that the student totally understands each lesson until progressing to the next lesson. I offer several tips and shortcuts in problem solving.

...I am a Math major/CompSci minor in the Honors College at the University of Arizona. I was the lead programmer for my robotics team in high-school. I've taken courses ranging from introductory to high-level programming at the U of A.

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