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...I have played all of the four primary saxophones (soprano, alto, tenor, baritone) but primarily teach on alto sax. In high school I auditioned for the top jazz band and qualified my freshman year. I was loyal to the jazz band for all four years in high school, sacrificing my summers to history courses so I could stay in the jazz class.

...I can tutor all levels of Calculus, from the basics like integrals and derivatives, through more complex subjects like related rates, line and path integrals, and even vector **calculus**, with partial derivatives, Green's theorem, Stokes' Theorem, and so on. I am a "computer person". I've written computer programs professionally and for fun.

...I will NOT teach my students a brainless set of steps to solve a problem. Not just because the student will never be able to apply what they've learned, but also because if the teacher makes any changes, everything falls apart. I am very responsive by email, and students benefit a lot from being able to get little questions answered, of course at no charge.

...I am looking forward to your questions and feedback.The only grade I had in math was "A" from elementary to graduate school. Calculus is my favorite math subject and I am happy to help others with it. Most of my current students are enrolled at high school AP Calculus or taking college level **calculus** such as SDSU courses MATH 122-124, MATH 141, and MATH150.

...Then, using that understanding we can work through your assignments and prepare you for tests. I've never given up on a student. I'm patient and understanding.

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