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...I also have 25 years of experience in the corporate world. My students have had great success with my tutoring. In fact, one of my ACT students raised her Math score from 25 to a 31 in two and a half months!! I thoroughly enjoy teaching math and working with young people of all ages!I taught freshman and sophomore **calculus** and differential equations at a major engineering college.

...I break down math problems for the child, to make him/her understand in an easy way. I work with the child to develop his/her analytical skills. I give homework and test to assess his progress periodically.

...I have taken the AP biology exam when I was in high school and I have received a 4 in the exam. The steps to succeeding on this exam are not too difficult, but it does require dedication and ample time to understand concepts. Calculus may seem very dull in understanding the "why" component: why are we doing this linearization and what are we supposed to use **calculus** for in our daily lives?

...Trigonometry has been largely replaced by Pre**calculus** in many schools. Like Pre**calculus**, trigonometry involves a lot of long term memorization. A trigonometry class focuses on the six fundamental trigonometric functions and the relationships between them.

...I have taken courses in logic, number theory, probability and statistics, and linear algebra; all these courses are a part of discrete math. My area of research lies in the field of nonlinear partial differential equations. I have given a guest lecture on this course, where the focus was on Laplace transforms, convolution, and integro-differential equations.

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