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...I taught: English, science (physical science, biology, environmental science, physics), social studies, health, and math. I have a master's in education (teacher preparation) and a second master's in education (administration, supervision, and curriculum). I will complete a Ph.D. in educational leadership in 2015. I am a retired teacher with 29 years of experience.

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 have tutoring experience in algebra (high school through college levels), **statistics**, trig, geometry, precalculus, calculus, AP physics, and physics. My PhD is in applied mathematics and I have worked with problems involving differential equations throughout my career, and I have two years of ...

...I taught linear programming, critical path method, queuing system and forecasting in Chapman University included functions and relations, conic systems, matrix algebra, probability. When I was a UW student, after I took differential equations, I tutored this subject to college students. Also, as an Electrical Engineering student, I studied about Laplace Transform and Fourier Series.

My name is Patrick P., I attend Western Washington University where I am currently studying Math and Physics. I also play Rugby for WWU Men's Team. I was a peer tutor in high school, where I learned how to help students learn new material in a realistic and useful way.

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