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...I taught the undergraduate course in Probability & Statistics at Stony Brook University (AMS 310) seven times between 2005 and 2008. I passed the first actuarial exam with a perfect 10. I received a grade of A in both "Introduction to Logic" and the more difficult course "Symbolic Logic" as an undergraduate.

...Let me show you why and how it works. I am a full-time high school math teacher of algebra, **geometry**, and advanced algebra/trigonometry. Having pre-algebra skills is key to being successful in future math courses.

...Trignometry involves the relations of the sides and angles of triangles; it is to find a missing side or angle in a triangle. For example, given one side of a triangle and two angles in the triangle, then the other two sides and the remaining angle are determined. It also deals with the special function, sin, cos and tan and the inverse of these functions, cot, sec, and csc.

I have had experience both teaching and tutoring Algebra I. Algebra is all about equality; you must treat each side of the equation the same. I find that a little humorous anthropomorphization goes a long way - students can relate to the idea of wanting to be treated equal.

...It was a total immersion course. Even though, there were those who spoke English, I tried to speak only Italian by going to the movies, watching television, sitting in the park and listening to the Italians speaking. I practiced doing crossword puzzles in Italian, reading children's books in Italian and later on more advanced literature as well as medical books in Italian.

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