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...I have taught college algebra, trigonometry, and calculus multiple times each, and I know what is required to succeed in a given subject, and how to lay a foundation for success in future coursework. I know that mathematics can be hard (really hard). Anyone who simply says, "math is easy once yo...
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...Combinations 10. Confidence Interval 11. alpha vs. beta error 12. Minimum quantity and error 13.
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I am currently teaching special education math to seventh and eighth grade students. I am in my fourth year of teaching and love every minute of it. I find it important to break down more difficult concepts into steps, as well as to provide visuals so the concept can be better understood.
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...At Rutgers, I got A's in my Calculus courses, which is why I think I can help other students succeed in math. I love helping students with Math. When I teach my students, I focus on delivering the concept rather than simply giving the answer so that the student can apply the mathematical knowledge to other, more difficult problems.
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