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...This course is essential in developing a student's ability to learn and do math in the long term because it is usually the first place students become familiar with the concepts and techniques of mathematical proofs. Success at this level is part of building a strong foundation for future study in mathematics. I have a B.S. in Physics from City College of New York.

...I personally think that the most struggling part for students is that they can't think question abstractly when comes to the certain shape. Once we build up the abstract figure in our mind, I think it is easy to crack the the problem of geometry! Trigonometry requires you to have a better understanding of sine, cosine, tant, csc, sec, and cot.

I offer tutoring for standardized tests and academic coursework. I am a former Princeton Review teacher (both group lessons and tutoring) and have tutored privately as well. I received my BA from the University of Pennsylvania and MA from Georgetown University.

...At the same time, in order to satisfy the degree requirements and complete the math minor, I have taken many math courses in college, such as calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, probability and statistics, etc. So, I am also confident in tutoring many college level math subjects. ...

...While completing my undergrad degree in philosophy, I took several courses in logic beyond the introductory level and received A grades in all. In my last year, I tutored introductory logic to beginning-level students. I explain in detail such basic logical concepts as propositions, arguments, explanations, deductive and inductive arguments, and the difference between validity and truth.

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