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...Geometry means "Earth Measurement". Geometry as first envisioned by the ancient Greeks revolutionized the world. It was a mental discipline requiring us to ask and show why something was true; it was a masterpiece of logical reasoning; it became the foundation of scientific discovery and it provided us with the hope that the universe is ultimately understandable.

...I have taken several probability-related courses at the University of Arizona, including the highest undergraduate level class: Theory of Probability, in which I received an A. I also have extensive experience with earlier probability concepts, due to my participation in math competitions in hig...

...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 have been a math tutor at San Manuel High School for three years and at Ironwood Ridge High School for two years. I am patient and insist that the student totally understands each lesson until progressing to the next lesson. I offer several tips and shortcuts in problem solving.

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