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...During college I was a Teaching Assistant at the Harvard Extension College, working with members of the local community in a variety of subjects. After that, I worked for 35 years doing economic research and software development -- fields in which logic and **math** are used every day. Doing well on the Math SAT requires a combination of basic high school **math** and insight into problem solving.

...For a while I was enrolled in Greek school and would help out friends that were struggling. This language is not just a matter of memorization, and is not so incomprehensible as people often think. Greek is the immortal language of the sciences and is the origin of many English words.

...I began tutoring in college directly through professors and/or student organizations. I've tutored students in various college-level **math** courses (including probability and statistics), environmental sciences, physics, and statics and strength of materials. I used algebra, geometry, and trigonometry on a daily basis as a civil engineer, and am very comfortable with the concepts involved.

...I enjoy tutoring and believe that no student should develop a fear of **math** or science. The material should be taught in a way that is engaging, fun, and student-centered. I am currently working as an AmeriCorps member at the Providence Children's Museum.

...Mathematics particularly is a subject where knowledge gaps in elementary arithmetic and algebra can cause cascading problems. A student who can easily factor a quadratic equation with multiple techniques may misunderstand "simpler" ideas, such as the meaning of negative exponents. A student who...

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