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...All of my pupils have passed their classes, most with at least a B. 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.

...I have a masters degree in inorganic chemistry from Northwestern University. I have continued to use math, and chemistry in my engineering career building scientific instruments for chemistry research (NMR probes). I also enjoy mathematical puzzles and games. I am a chemistry graduate from UC Berkeley.

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...Gabriel uses mathematics every day during his physics work, all the way from algebra to differential equations. In university, Gabriel took classes in linear algebra, vector and tensor **calculus**, ordinary and partial differential equations, and logic through Gödel's Incompleteness Theorems. As a...

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