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...I work with them to gain understanding of the new material, and to successfully apply a wide range of necessary skills, increasing their mastery, confidence, and grades. I have worked with several students now on the Science section of the ACT test. There are a number of challenges on this test...

...Particularly important are operations with exponents and an understanding of the definition and properties of logarithms. Calculus is one of the three legs on which most mathematically-based disciplines rest. The other two are linear algebra and the stochastic systems (statistics), which come together in advanced courses.

...I've tutored the subject since I was in high school and earned a perfect 800 on the SAT Math II subject test, which draws almost all of its content from a course in precalculus. More recently, in the Boston area, I've worked with students taking precalculus at Cambridge Rindge and Latin, Belmont...

I enjoy teaching what I have learnt in an easy-to-understand teaching style. While working with students, I identify concepts that the student need to refresh or learn well. If the student so desires, I would be very happy to help teach such concepts.

...Finally you learn about the wide variety of real world situations that can be modeled to predict future outcomes from current data. Calculus is the study of rates of change, and has numerous and varied applications from business, to **physics**, to medicine. The complexity of the topics involved however, require that your grasp of mathematical concepts and function properties is strong.

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