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...I hope to leave the same kind of impact on my students, as my high school physics and maths teachers left on me.I have tutored and helped many students with Algebra 1, and I am very experienced with the maths involved, due to using it extensively throughout high school and university-level maths ...

...Classes I have tutored: MIT 6.042 - Mathematics for Computer Science I took linear algebra at MIT, and the concepts I learned reappeared ubiquitously throughout my engineering coursework. Because of this, I am very familiar with both the theory and engineering applications. I taught an informal introduction to linear algebra class and have many years of experience tutoring this subject.

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...In addition to tutoring algebra, pre**calculus**, **calculus**, differential equations, linear algebra, and statistics, I can also help on research projects for math and science. My favorite thing about tutoring is helping students have that "ah-hah!" moment when they understand something new. I have flexible hours and am also available online.I am a graduate student at CSULB in Applied Statistics.

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