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...I started tutoring to challenge myself in science and math, but I end up loving it as a full time job. In addition, I was trained to be a Supplementary Instructor at El Centro College for Statistics and other math classes. It doesn't matter if your kid has a D or an A-, I will always start from the basic and will continue from that point.

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...The Math Models class involves the financial aspects of mathematics. As a teacher, I provide secondary level education to students by planning and developing course of study based on school district and state curriculum guidelines. I also prepare course of study by developing modifications for several levels of academic ability and prior achievement.

...Exponents and Polynomials ? Identify a term, coefficient, factor, base, and exponent in an algebraic expression. ? Simplify expressions involving terms, coefficients, factors, bases, and exponents. ? Use the order of operations in algebraic expressions. ? Simplify polynomials. ? Demonstrate t...

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