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...I have taught mathematical methods for physics - a course which is highly intensive on differential equations. Differential equations are also widely used in graduate physics courses which I took for my PhD. I have been a professor for roughly 10 years.

...I've helped many high school (regular track and AP Physics) and college students (Physics I and II) through their problems with physics. I'm very well versed in both **algebra**-based and calculus-based physics, and being a math major, I'm not afraid to help you tackle difficult problems! I have a lot of experience working on papers with students.

...I began playing with the Suzuki method when I was five years old, and continued with private lessons through high school. I was principal second violin in our high school's touring honors orchestra for two years, as well as in my college's symphony orchestra for three, where I also participated in Collegium Musicum. I have had private students of my own since late high school.

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...I played tennis for my high school on the boys team because there was no girls team. I was a three year State Champion at West Virginia University. I continued part-time teaching until I was 30 (singles and doubles both male and female). I coached women's high school tennis as well.

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