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...I learned discrete math in University of Washington. Discrete math is the study of math structures that are fundamentally discrete rather than continuous. Discrete math includes sets, functions and relations, matrix algebra, finite probability, graph theory, finite differences and recurrence relations, logic, mathematical induction, and algorithmic thinking.

...Then, on to discriminate consonants, vowels, and long and short sounds through games, activities, puzzles and rhymes. Rhyming patterns continue with 2,3 and 4 sound words as we learn and blend initial and final clusters, vowel teams, and read stories with lots of phonemic rhymes. Learning to spell can be fun writing phonemic sentences in poetry and short stories.

...I can help with this, as I have several strategies and a very diverse background with both the educational and technical application of these skills. I use the book Algebra and Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry, by Swokowski and Cole, 10th edition. This is a college level book and I am confident it will help with learning the concepts of the course.

With my teaching experience of all levels of high school mathematics and the appropriate use of technology, I will do everything to find a way to help you learn mathematics. I can not promise a quick fix, but I will not stop working if you make the effort. -Bill

...I enjoy helping students reason through problems not just give them the answer. I try to show the importance of actually understanding the material not just to pass the test but to make the student a better all around person, a very important lesson I learned on my path to become an Eagle Scout. I have a very flexible scheduled, I am free most mornings, evenings and nights.

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