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...I have been in technology and worked at software companies like HCL Technologies and Oracle in California before realizing that the field of education is my forte. I taught courses at University of California, Berkeley and at IIT, Delhi where I acquired extensive and relevant teaching experience. I went on to establish physical, on the ground training institutes of my own.

...I will check for understanding as I explain these smaller parts. I will then ask students to explain back the lesson to me. If they are able to do so, then I will have the student do a similar problem with different numbers.

...We will cover the following topics and more in algebra 2: equations and inequalities; linear equations and functions; quadratic equations and factoring; completing the square; quadratic formula; rational functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; sequences and series; trigonometric functio...

...I am a motivated people-person, and I love helping children and young adults unlock their potential to get results. Science and math have always been fascinating subjects for me throughout my education, and I want to help others experience just how interesting the hard sciences are. I also grew...

...I have been working as a math tutor in my college's Math and Science Success Center and have been working there for almost a year. I enjoy math and teaching others and strive to have them share my passion for the subject. I spent a few months tutoring in a math proficiency success program for struggling students and really enjoyed it.

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