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...Through examples not only can students understand a certain type of problem, at the same time they can improve their inductive reasoning skills, which happens to be one of the most important skills when it comes to learning math. I have so much to say about learning math. Now I want to say this as the finish of this message:You can do it, I can help!

...I have also had the privilege of tutoring for a number of years and I find that tutoring gives me the ability to work one-on-one with a student and help them achieve greater success where they were struggling before. I truly believe that all students can have a better understanding of Math and f...

...Some of the topics I have worked with are converting the angles from radians to degrees & degree to radians, graphing trigonometry functions, applying properties & identities, law of Cos and law of sin. Also I have worked on many more topics that come along in trigonometry. I have also tutored students who have taken advanced courses as well.

...This was a two year curriculum. I have a Masters degree in applied mathematics and most coursework for a doctorate. This includes linear algebra, modern algebra, mathematical physics, topology, complex and real variable analysis and functional analysis in addition to **calculus** and differential equations.

...These students have been of diverse backgrounds as well as ability levels. I currently teach algebra, pre-**calculus**, and AP Calculus. Over my career, I have developed innovative teaching and learning strategies so all of my students can understand the concepts of appropriate ability-level mathematics.

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