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...I have a Masters degree in applied mathematics and most coursework for a doctorate. This includes linear algebra, modern algebra, mathematical physics, topology, complex and real variable analysis and functional analysis in addition to calculus and differential equations. I have a Masters degree in applied mathematics and most coursework for a doctorate.

...There are multiple ways to teach each concept and it is the teacher's job to find the method that works for the student. I never give up until I have found the key to a student's success. Contact me and find your inner mathematician.I am an Illinois certified 5th-12th grade mathematics teacher.

...Knowing how to work with whole numbers well is the key to the bulk of a prealgebra course. The same skills (reading and writing, basic arithmetic operations, exponentiation and PEMDAS) are introduced for fractions, mixed numbers and decimals. After these skills are mastered for all number types...

...I can help with common areas of trouble from simply understanding and interpreting the information in class homework to addressing specific areas of difficulty such as solving equations, factoring, graphing functions, working with trig identities, finding derivatives of functions and using them f...

Hi, all. I am in the senior year of a Bachelor's in Math at DePaul University, Chicago, where I'm also doing minors in Spanish (native) and Psychology. For the time being I am located in Schaumburg, looking to work part-time in math instruction and help students at different stages of their mathem...

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