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...This material usually is the real difference between more computational/numerical problems to a more sophisticated understanding of mathematics. I have covered basic mathematics, algebra, and trigonometry for many years. Also, the application of algebra to higher mathematics is a really important skill to have.

...Over the years, I have collected a large amount of hands-on equipment both for mechanics and electricity and magnetism. The best way to learn physics is to observe the physical principles in action. I currently teach prealgebra at a middle school in Chandler.

I will be teaching for Mesa Public Schools full time starting in the Fall (2016). For help with summer school classes before then please contact me. While attending Arizona State University I graded junior and senior level math courses (usually reserved for graduate students). I graduated Cum Lau...

...I was a highly qualified certified teacher, but since I no longer teach I have not renewed my certification. I no longer teach full time because I received an opportunity to pursue my interests in data engineering. I am currently looking for students in all math classes with availability on weekends and after 5 on Mondays and Tuesdays.

...I am enthusiastic about learning different perspectives, cultural differences, and how society impacts our lives and the way we think, behave, and function. I have a bachelor degree in Family and Human Development and took many classes in Sociology/Human Development. I have been a tutor for Finite Math for 7 years, and I thoroughly enjoy working with students in this subject.

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