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...I have also run small businesses myself and can help with business math and business law. I have been teaching computer science at Palomar College since 2002. I started by teaching Java and C/C++ and then branched out to teaching Linux and Data Structures.

...I have taught and tutored several mathematical classes including Calculus 3, Calculus for Business Analysis and College Algebra. From my teaching and tutoring experiences, I realize that common problems for struggling students are lack of required background and lack of logical training. Undoubted there are some other needs for different students since everyone is different.

...I have been a teacher at the engineering level in Mexico and I am currently working in updating my teaching credentials in the States. I can break down the subjects so you can understand, and I like to explain things with examples from everyday experiences.Algebra one is a very important subject. It is the basis for more advanced math courses in high school and in college.

...I have tutored differential equations privately and have been a teaching assistant for a Partial Differential Equations course at UCSD. My dissertation research uses the theory of parabolic PDE and has applications to the theory of elliptic PDE, which means I know a lot about heat operators and Laplace operators. I am a PhD candidate in mathematics at UCSD.

...You'll find that there are a lot of ways to solve Trig problems, some easier than others. Over the years I've found a lot of the easier techniques to solve the problems, and I've developed intuition about where students tend to struggle. I've taken the general GRE a total of three times so far, and I've developed study techniques that have proven to be effective.

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