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...I am a Mathematics Professor and have been teaching math and privately tutoring for over 6 years. I am patient and motivated and enjoy working with students to help them reach their potential. I take the time to sit with each student and break down the material in a way that will help them to understand.

I have been a math teacher or school counselor in a public school since 1995. I have New York and Rhode Island certifications and have taught math at the middle, high school and collegiate level. I can guarantee your student will improve their Math skills when they work with me.

...My other main focus has been to get students ready for the appropriate college math class. I do this by working to find as many of the students strengths as I can and develop each individually and globally with respect to math. Finally I teach students the reading of the questions and understanding the questions.

...I regularly give presentations to large and small groups of people, both at my research lab, and at national conferences. I have been working with Fortran code for over 40 years. I have taken both undergraduate and graduate courses in Linear Algebra, and I use it in my work as an Applied Mathematician.

...I was a successful tutor of Mathematics, Physics, and Philosophy for four years at Rhode Island College. I have had extensive experience tutoring Mathematics and Physics from the high school level through the advanced undergraduate level. I believe that the best tutors are those who are able to adapt to and thereby motivate their students to achieve their maximum potential.

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