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...I encourage feedback from my students so that I know what works best for them and how they learn best. I am very flexible with scheduling and am happy to answer any questions that you have!Very briefly about my background, I have a bachelors degree in mathematics and a masters degree in educations. Currently, I work with 3rd-8th grade STEM programming.

...I have also experience of private tutoring in Logic during said period. As an applied mathematician Finite Math has always been one of my favorite topics. I have taught this topic several times while teaching and tutoring various pure and applied Math subjects as a full time university lecturer for over 30 years.

...He has consulted with Startup teams on how to accelerate their learning, creativity, and growth.I have taken advanced math classes in high school and college and scored near perfect on the SAT Math. I have given speeches at Harvard University and Tufts University on a variety of subjects and at conferences. I have organized conferences.

...I have tutored extensively under the large umbrella of math called "discrete math". I have specifically spent time with students (and peers) reviewing such subjects as Linear Algebra, Introductory Probability, Combinatorics, and other related topics (truth tables, set theory, graph theory, etc.)...

...After high school, I studied physics, mathematics, and chemistry at the University of Arkansas. I graduated with a physics degree, with an emphasis in biophysics, and a mathematics minor this past year. Since then, I have relocated to Exeter, and I am studying for the patent bar with intentions to attend law school in the near future.

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