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...My knowledge and experience in music theory and applications are sufficient to tutor beginning and intermediate students of the violin and viola, among other instruments. I've been working with linear Algebra since 1994. The only thing that's changed since then, is the status of Fermat's Theorem!

...Once I think they understand what to do, I give sample problems for them to do themselves. Math is a step by step process and once each step is figured out, the student should know how to do all similar problems. I know how frustrating a subject can be to learn, especially math and science.

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