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...Other interests are soccer, reading books (especially history and historical novels) and chess.I have a PhD in physics so I had to use **calculus** during all my education and also during my career. Differentiation and integration is like our mother language for physicists. I taught **calculus** in the university and math and physics in high schools and also tutored many students.

...I have used MATLAB extensively for over 20 years in my work as an engineer and have taught an introductory course.I have written many functions and used the object-oriented features of the programming language. I have also created many applications using handle graphics objects and the graphical...

...I tutored Calculus I, II, and III for at least 5 years. I have been tutoring math for 7 years, and I am currently working on my PhD in mathematics. I am also a certified CRLA Master Tutor, and I work to equip my students with the tools needed to study/succeed without me.

...My areas of teaching expertise cover Algebra, Pre-algebra, Pre-**calculus**, Calculus, SAT Math, and Statistics. I also conduct workshops and one-one tutoring in the above areas. My style is to use visuals, diagrams, graphs and charts to explain math problems.I began taking computer programming courses way back in 1967 - 1969 while working Boeing.

...I started a business with a friend of mine, which I ran successfully for about 12 years. I then changed my career and became a teacher. I currently teach high school level math, chemistry and physics at a private school.

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