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...Perhaps most noteworthy, I have successfully helped students master the fundamentals of parallel lines, the calculation of areas, perimeters, and volumes germane to triangles, circles, and various parallelograms, angles in degrees and radians, polygons, symmetry in reflection, rotation, and trans...

...I think all areas of mathematics and science are extremely interesting and gratifying to learn, and I'm pursuing a double major in mathematics and physics at New York University (class of 2018). Prior to joining Wyzant, I have tutored both for commission and pro bono throughout my high school yea...

...The key to success in differential equations is not only being proficient in the various solution methods, but also knowing when to use which method and how to apply it. I give my students the tools they need to know how to approach and be able to tackle any problem that is likely to appear on a...

...I tutor undergraduate and graduate students in advanced economics from Columbia University, Columbia Business School and NYU. I also tutor econometrics, most of the quantitative MBA courses including financial economics, accounting, statistics and corporate finance. I have been teaching ISEE and the SSAT for entry into prestigious private schools such as Horace Mann for several years.

...I am gentle and kind, but have high expectations that my students achieve success in math. Above all, I find math to be fun and exciting, and I like to try to instill that enthusiasm in my students!Algebra can seem like a scary subject at first. Many students find themselves feeling intimidated...

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