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...I developed my interest in solving equations when I was in elementary school, and that interest only grew once I entered my 8th-grade algebra class. Because I am experienced in math for some years, I understand how much work is required to study such a subject. After my first two years in college, my school?s tutoring center offered me a position to work for them.

...Thomas and received an A in the course. Linear Algebra is the study of matrices and their properties. The applications for linear algebra are far reaching whether you want to continue studying advanced algebra or computer science.

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