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...My very first one-on-one class student learned half a semester?s material in 7 sessions, gained in-depth understandings into the true meaning of calculus, and became confident in jumping from middle-lane pre-calculus into the fastest-lane calculus. His mom added, ?Thank you so much, Leon! I kno...
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...To be able to do well with this material, you need to be comfortable with the methods learned in Algebra 1. I can help you review these methods, or learn them from scratch, as necessary in your case. If you are currently taking your first course in calculus, then you have already discovered that the concepts studied here are very new and different.
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...He is the author of 18 papers in the primary literature, including four full papers in the Journal of Organic Chemistry and one in The Journal of the American Chemical Society, was the lead author of a chapter in an American Chemical Society monograph on reducing agents, holds two patents in chem...
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...These are the lessons I learned at Stanford that I try to pass to my students.I have a Ph.D. degree in Applied Physics from Stanford, and a B.A. with a physics major from Cornell. I am an engineer and have used all types of math, including geometry, in my work for many years. At Cornell University I took a series of course called "Applicable Math".
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