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...I love teaching math and realize that every student has a unique learning style, so I try to tailor my lessons to allow each student to use their strengths to solve a problem in the way that is easiest for them, while also working on their weak points so they will have more tools available to the...

...I help students navigate through factoring, the Quadratic Formula, complex roots, imaginary numbers, matrices, exponents, logarithms, radicals, series & sequences, and conic sections (hyperbolas, ellipses, and circles). Calculus is the building block for all the engineering classes and upper divi...

...Contact me if you need help with some topics. A fixed schedule is much better rather than last-minute appointments - you are not in a rush or panic. Depending on my schedule, I am willing to meet regularly or sporadically.Algebra 1: I took this course in high school, and tutored it for 3 years while working at a college math center.

...Specifically, my strongest fields in which I tutor are math, physics, and engineering. I am a senior level mechanical engineering student, so I am very comfortable with the material in these fields. What I love about tutoring is helping students get through the obstacles between them and understanding their course material.

...Build content mastery through increasing math fluency. Focus on procedural and conceptual understanding to help them feel successful to aid and propel them to the high level mastery column. -Students at low level of mastery: Focus on increasing fluency with multiple problems. Start with procedural understanding and gradually release them to conceptual.

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