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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.

...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 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 am a Math teacher with 20 years of classroom/tutoring experience in high school and junior high. I have a Masters Degree in Math and Math Education. My specialties are Algebra and Geometry.

...I have received an "A" in every biostatistics course I have taken. I have taken two college courses in linear algebra. One at the 200 level (introductory) and one at the 400-level (advanced, proof-based). I also served as an undergraduate grader of introductory linear algebra at Washington State University.

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