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...Meteorology is heavily involved in math (it used to be considered a math major), which lead me to take Calc I, II, & III, and partial and differential equations. From August 2014-May 2015 I worked at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab as an intern for two different research projects dealing with meteorological analyses. I would love to help you understand and enjoy **calculus** as much as I do!

I have been a teacher of math for over thirty years. During those years I have tutored from the young to the IB and AP Calculus students with great success. I have also taught all courses, adapted to changes, and was chosen as a resource specialist to guide teachers from the 6th through 12th grades.

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