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...I will only tutor Exams P/1 and FM/2 (Probability and Financial Math). Linear Algebra was a class I really enjoyed as an undergraduate. One of the reasons I really liked the courses (two rigorous semesters resulting in solid A's) was that I had an excellent professor. He's an individual who taught me much about excellence as an educator, and tutoring LA is a fond reminder of that.

...I currently work at a local public high school, and have taught replacement classes for math and science. Additionally, I have worked with students to develop study and organizational skills and strategies to succeed in all their classes. I have extensive experience in test preparation,note taking, and writing skills.

...This has included specialty electronic chemical R&D and more recently Pharmaceutical R&D. I have worked in specialty chemicals manufacturing in management and been responsible for the work of a number of chemists. I am currently instructing chemistry labs for URI providence campus.

...The axioms and common understandings of Algebra 1 are common to all other algebras, such as vector algebra, and are therefore the essential foundation for all further study in mathematics. Algebra 2 skills, including factoring, finding roots, solving sets of equations and classifying functions b...

...I have taught math in grades K though 8 (34 years experience) and I am currently teaching math part-time to 4th and 5th graders. I am aware of the state standards and stay current with the best practices in teaching mathematics. I know how to instill confidence in my students by getting them to think like mathematicians.

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