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...My degree in electrical engineering covers my background in math and the sciences, but I've very much enjoyed 6 years of studying Latin, 2 of which were at the AP level, and 1 semester of Latin at Boston University. For the past 4 years of working in the corporate world, I was a technical sales ...

...The complexity of the topics involved however, require that your grasp of mathematical concepts and function properties is strong. I have helped numerous students master both the foundations and the specific skills taught in a variety of calculus courses. Geometry is the study and exploration of logic and visual reasoning.

...Oftentimes students lack the critical thinking skills needed to extend the content from memorization to manipulation and implementation of what has been learned in the classroom. By asking tough questions while going over the material, as well as by giving quizzes that will simulate harder probl...

...A typical advanced precalculus course might include modules dealing with set theory, number systems, functions, logarithms, trigonometry, conics, series, vectors, matrices, permutations/combinations, parametric equations, polar coordinates, induction, and limits, but there can be huge differences...

...During my time at MIT, I tutored students in the fields of aqueous and solid state chemistry. Currently, I am a PhD student in electrochemistry and a freelance engineering consultant which gives me a unique perspective on how to teach chemistry in a practical manner. I have been tutoring in the field of **physics** for about 4 years now.

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