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...I have been tutoring and teaching full time for the 7 years. I enjoy helping others out and seeing them get to the "Aha moment!" Math is my main specialty for tutoring; I can tutor up to Calculus and Statistics and some additional topics, including discrete math, linear algebra, numerical methods and optimization. In addition to Math classes, I tutor a lot of Physics.

...However, I have learned a lot along the way in this difficult journey and I feel that my experiences will serve someone who was in my shoes. I am here to challenge, teach, and motivate you in my areas of expertise. My philosophy in teaching and tutoring is to not just teach you but to give you the essentials tools necessary to be successful in academia.

...My many, many years of team work, supervision, and leadership, in both engineering and teaching, have well prepared me for the rigors of my tutoring assignments. Both my practical engineering experience and training in teaching math and science make me an outstanding **physics** tutor to both high s...

...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!

...A classical definition of statistics says that we are using an analysis and interpretation of numerical data in terms of samples and population. This implies we can predict the future and has a many practical applications. You?ll study topics like normal distribution, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing and learn how to make predictions based on your analysis of the data.

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