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...My infinite desire to learn and my enthusiasm toward teaching are the sources of positive energy that I share with my students. Wish you good luck in your education, since the above quote by Benjamin Franklin is true for all times. Best, MarineI took 2 Econometrics courses as an Undergraduate students at UCI, and received my bachelors degree upon completing the courses.

...Linear Algebra is key to all post-**calculus** mathematics and includes the study of vectors in the plane and space, systems of linear equations, matrices, vectors and vector spaces. Applications include differential equations, least squares approximations, and models in economics. I have taught this course several times as a course and as independent study.

...I welcome the opportunity to share my knowledge of video editing. I have a B.S. in Engineering Physics and Applied Mathematics and year of experience as a tutor physics lab director. I was also a teaching assistant under a well esteemed math professor for my university's linear algebra course.

...I worked through JavaScript in high school, and moved on to study Java formally in college. Since then, I've expanded my toolkit to include C, PHP, and Python. In a formal setting, I've taught basic C for Arduino programming through Workshop Weekend and the Crucible in Oakland.

...Since I've been tutoring for over 10 years, I have developed strong methods of explaining complex concepts -- allowing sessions to be more productive. My philosophy of tutoring is that the student, above all else, must get the credit for their progress -- the tutor does not intercept this credi...

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