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...Additionally, I am currently employed as an adjunct professor of mathematics at Front Range Community College. I am currently teaching this level of mathematics. I listen and watch for students misunderstandings and work to provide easy and understandable approaches to solve mathematical problems.

...My skills in **trigonometry** allow me to help get across all concepts with sine, cosine, and tangent. I'll help you child with how to use the functions, when to use the functions, how to apply the functions, and how to relate them to the unit circle. The foundation we can lay here will help serve them for any future math courses.

...My forte is teaching good, basic flute techniques that aren't necessarily taught in a band setting, where most beginning flute students learn. I just finished a very rigorous differential equations course at my university, earning an A in the process. Although it is a complicated subject, I understand the material quite well and have already helped quite a few students learn the material.

...For Math topics, I am comfortable tutoring from Algebra to lower level Calculus. For Science, I am comfortable with collegiate first levels of: Physics, Chemistry, and can also help with Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer. I have worked with student groups through volunteer efforts with Engineers Without Borders, and ad hock groups formed for their Senior Design Project.

...I love to talk about physics and math, and I enjoy breaking down seemingly esoteric concepts into something that students can relate to. I believe that everyone can do well in physics and math. However, in high school and college, teachers and professors explain math in an abstract way that does not appeal to every student.

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