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...In December 2014, I obtained a Bachelor?s of Science degree in Mathematics. My very extensive course background in Mathematics and my two years as a Student Instructor at Georgia College & State University assisting others in Calculus courses allowed me to connect with my students and to develop various ways to present information to others. I graduated with a 3.71 GPA.

...The way to understand differential equations and their solutions is to be able to 1) identify the type of differential equation to be solved and then 2) know the best mathematical method for solving the given type identified. The type of differential equations that are solvable in closed form th...

...I often see a glazed look come over my students' faces when I mention synthetic division or conic sections for the first time. Advanced algebra always seems complicated to the uninitiated. I know how to help them see that polynomials are just the next step after quadratics and that sequences are just special kinds of lists.

...I have worked with both physics and math students for several years, concentrating at the middle and high school level with some college tutoring thrown in for good measure. I have also both nannied and tutored elementary school children in all subjects. Watching the difference in my students w...

...While a student, I found out that if one can find a way to generalize concepts and apply them to everyday experiences, then the right perspective will emerge, and will be made obvious. The most common complaint by students was a lack of understanding of the material as presented in class. In m...

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