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...Looking forward to hearing from you!I have used Microsoft Excel for over 25 years. I have extensive knowledge of Excel including writing macros with VBA. I have used Excel at my previous jobs for financial modeling, business reporting, engineering calculations, statistics, and project management.

...If math doesn't make sense and isn't useful, then it's pointless. I enjoy providing students with practical application to the rigor of math. The two tutoring locations I recommend are: 1) Starbucks in Strawberry- an energetic atmosphere, great for those who need stimulation 2) Golden Gate Semi...

...They are able to do the operations on those numbers in monomials and polynomials. They also learn how to solve and graph quadratic equations by factoring, completing the square, or using the quadratic formula, including in the complex numbers. Student knows how to apply these techniques in solving word problems.

...My favorite part of tutoring is watching my students' faces light up when they have an "ah-ha" moment. It is extremely fulfilling for me to have the opportunity to work with students in small groups and one on one rather than in a whole classroom setting. In addition to tutoring, I have been a classroom teacher for middle school math and science.

...If your school's Precalculus curriculum ventures into the beginning of Calculus (limits, derivatives, and integrals, Oh My!), I can help with that too! I taught trigonometry for seven years, as part of my school's Algebra II and Precalculus classes. Let me help you understand the relationships ...

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