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...After teaching, my next job was as a cryptographic mathematician at the National Security Agency. NSA has the best mathematicians in the United States if not the world. Not only was I learning from my colleagues, but I was able to make significant contributions to the state of the art in mathematics.

...The typical high school trigonometry curriculum focuses on the basics with examples of triangles, circles and function periodicity, but this only touches on the wide applications for trigonometry to the multidimensional world. From the interactions of non-parallel forces to understanding the nat...

...I went on to graduate as top of my class, valedictorian for the year 2010. After high school, I studied physics, mathematics, and chemistry at the University of Arkansas. I graduated with a physics degree, with an emphasis in biophysics, and a mathematics minor this past year.

...I take great pride in watching students who come to me struggling transform into confident and knowledgeable master's of their subject. Its the journey, and all that we learn together along the way that really makes me love teaching. We are going to work together to take the complex problems and break them down and apply fundamental mathematics to reach a solution.

...In fact, many students who are used to excelling in math find themselves struggling during their bout with Geometry. Geometry more visual-spacial, and often is presented via problems that are solved like a puzzle. I have expertise with not only the concepts in the standardized high school Geometry curriculum, but also with proofs.

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