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...I love people and I love what I do. I tutor all levels of math using different methods, including the Singapore Method. Among my current students' subjects are: university level: engineering math, differential calculus, vector calculus, linear algebra, statistics; high school: AP calculus, statistics, trigonometry, and the other basic math, and the range of standardized test preps.

...The areas are Sum of Cubes, Difference of Cubes, Difference between Squares, Square of the Sum and Difference of the Sum. The ability to expand correctly is necessary for these types of questions. Where (a+b)(a+b) = a(a+b) +b (a+b) OR (a+b)(x+y) = a(x+y) +b(x+y). The sign (+) or (-) in front of...

...I also recently took the GRE and scored in the 80 percentile for the Quantitative Analysis section. With that being said, I'm very familiar with many concepts of Mathematics from intermediate to advanced level courses as well as those in Chemistry. I enjoy helping others to learn because I, myself, was a student.

...I have ten years of experience teaching geometry in the classroom at honors, regular, and intensive levels. I continue to teach the geometry course at a public high school. I have taught the course for years and continue to teach the pre-calculus course at a public high school.

...I am certified by the State of Florida Department of Education on subjects MATH (6-12) and BUSINESS EDUCATION (6-12), have 4 (four) years of experience teaching K-8 computer skills and Math in Brazil and 2 (two) years of experience as a marketing, computer and business professor in 2 (two) Colleg...

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