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...My favorite part about my job is the moment students realize math is not so scary after all, and when we find the approach that allows for the material to finally click. I would love the opportunity to meet you and develop a plan to meet your needs. I look forward to hearing from you!I have taught Algebra 1 for 3 years to 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students.

...Linear algebra. (Cramer's Rule)Sample space (decision tree) The following four sections are the only sections that contribute to your AFQT (Armed Forces Qualification Test) score, and your AFQT score determines if you are eligible to enlist in the Armed Forces. 1, Arithmetic Reasoning 2. Mathematics Knowledge 3. Word Knowledge 4.

...I am also familiar with, teach, and tutor the math required to take the SAT. My goal when tutoring SAT Math is to create a steady study plan as well as identify problem areas and work on them. I have worked with both Middle and Elementary grade students improving their skills in Math.

Warm and caring teacher who wants all children to be successful learners, ability to consistently individualize instruction, based on student's needs and interests and strive to build student self-esteem and encourage understanding of the subject (mathematics).

...I taught two years of college Algebra and Calculus courses, and have conducted professional tutoring services of math and science for six years. I have an MS Degree in Chemical Engineering. My philosophy is that each student can master mathematic and scientific methods and skills with consistent practice and patience.

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