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...Pre**calculus** is really a grab-bag course, where each school decides what math topics you should see a bit more of before you leave (or move on to Calculus or Statistics). Each school has a different Pre**calculus** curriculum, and I am able to help students with almost any topic that might be covered ...

...I am very familiar with the course structures from many professors in the statistics and economics departments. From all these experience, I've accumulated many high quality examples and teaching materials that I have developed over the years. Pre-college, and non UC Berkeley students are welcome to contact me.

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