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...For example Pythagorean theorem and SINE , COSINE and TANGENT (the other three are simply inverses) or given a complex expression, reduce it down to SIN and COS. My approach is to inculcate a process that shows what has to memorized and then how to solve, what appears to be, a very complex problems. Over the past nine years I have help prepare number high school student to take the SAT.

...I have specifically spent time with students (and peers) reviewing such subjects as Linear Algebra, Introductory Probability, Combinatorics, and other related topics (truth tables, set theory, graph theory, etc.). When I took these courses as an undergrad, I not only received solid A's (Linear Al...

...Particularly important are operations with exponents and an understanding of the definition and properties of logarithms. Calculus is one of the three legs on which most mathematically-based disciplines rest. The other two are linear algebra and the stochastic systems (statistics), which come together in advanced courses.

...No matter the subject, my focus is logical and conceptual understanding and clear, creative, critical thinking. I teach how to reason and explain and problem solve, not how to memorize, regurgitate, and forget. It's easy to fake it through high school and college, and a lot of tutors sell that ...

...I've been tutoring and teaching (mostly math) for the last ten years, and I feel my teaching experience helps me be a better tutor, while my tutoring experiences help me be a better teacher - it's a win-win situation for everyone! Having witnessed ?learned helplessness? and math phobias, both in...

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