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...My approach makes the material accessible to both students who have excelled in math, and those who have struggled. Many of the subjects I teach at the high-school level are within the framework of a regents curriculum. In many cases the expectations are relatively well defined and the assessments rather predictable.

...I frequently work with a program called Matlab from Mathworks that allows easy computation of solutions to multi-dimensional matrices and systems of equations. Being able to effectively use this program requires a strong knowledge of linear **algebra**. I received my MS in Mech.

...In my last year, I tutored introductory logic to beginning-level students. I explain in detail such basic logical concepts as propositions, arguments, explanations, deductive and inductive arguments, and the difference between validity and truth. I teach the concepts behind the types and functions of language and the methods used in constructing definitions.

...I graduated magna cum laude and honors in biology. I also have experience teaching other sciences such as cellular biology, chemistry, genetics, and psychology. Although I have spent much of the past two years teaching science courses to college students, I also have experience tutoring children ages from K-18.

Hi everyone, My name is Fritz, and I graduated from New Jersey Institute of Technology with a BS in Mathematical Science and a Master's degree in Information Sytems with concentration in Data Management. I am a licensed in Math for k-12 and presently I am working for the district of Jersey City. ...

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