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...My specialty is to begin with methods being taught by your teacher, and then work with you to find the method that "speaks your language". Finally, I will teach your to understand your teacher's method so that you can better learn while in class. In a way, math is a foreign language with hundreds of dialects; the trick is to find yours and teach you how to translate.

I am a graduate student at the University of Arizona working on a PhD in Applied Mathematics. I received a Bachelors and Masters of Art in Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College. I have both taught and tutored College Algebra and Calculus I at the University of Arizona.

...I completed Intro to Discrete Structures (CSC 245) at the University of Arizona. I've also completed a high level logic and proof writing course (MAT 323). I received good grades in both courses and I feel more than confident enough to help someone else through a course dealing in discrete mathematics. I am a Math major/CompSci minor in the Honors College at the University of Arizona.

I love teaching and tutoring! My approach is to be sure the basics of the subject are well understood, and teach and reinforce good problem solving skills. I've taught mathematics and physics at Pima Community College, Cochise College, North Shore Community College, Northeastern University and Ohio State University.

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