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...I have 5 years of experience teaching high school Geometry, and have tutored dozens of Geometry students one-on-one. Students are 1st introduced to the use of logic in high school geometry, and this is a new skill to develop, and essential to complete proofs. This is the biggest help I give Geo...

...My strength in this subject is my ability to describe various problem-solving strategies in a way that makes sense. I also excel at helping students find specific strategies and techniques they feel most comfortable with. I work partly as a free-lance writer.

...I focus on three questions: What does the student know? What they don't? and How to build on the first to strengthen the second? Subjects Tutored ? High School Level ? SAT/ACT Preparation ? Pre-algebra ? Algebra ? Trigonometry ? Geometry ? Precalculus ? Calculus ? Physics Subjects Taught ? Co...

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...Discreet mathematics is the study of things that can only exist is defined states or at defined times. It is similar to the difference between integers (discreet) and all real numbers (continuous) with integers being only certain numbers and real numbers also including everything in between. Discreet maths are at the core of computer engineering where computers only have ones and zeros.

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