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...Again the curriculum may vary slightly in different areas. The subject explores the following areas: Algebra II Linear Equations and Inequalities Functions (including inverse functions and, composite functions) Linear systems and Matrices Polynomial and Rational Functions Sequences and Series ...

...Writing concisely and effectively is also important, as technical knowledge needs to be distilled into a comprehensible summary for decision makers. My work also requires proactive responses to stress similar to those of SAT or ACT preparation; as a former budget director for a large fiscally di...

...Let's work together to find the best methods for you to understand and absorb the material. One of the great parts of tutoring is that we can spend time on those areas that need special attention without the pressure of a classroom setting. If one problem takes 30 minutes, that's fine!

...We also reviewed note-taking skills and overall good study habits. I have had experience working on study skills with students from elementary, middle, and high school. I am qualified to tutor special needs students because I have previously worked as a special education teacher, working in a self-contained class where 100% of my student population had special needs.

...However, at a more elementary level, I can explain how to solve second-order linear differential equations using exponentials or special functions such as Bessel and Airy functions. For example, if the equation is of the form a * d^2y / dx^2 + b * dy / dx + c y = 0 , you need to find both roots,...

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