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...Trigonometry is a beautiful way to see patterns within Geometry using the mechanics of Algebra. By using only a handful of formulae, students can prove and transform a multitude of expressions to simplified, useful ideas. This is one of the most applied AND theoretical classes in high school.

...I have years of teaching experience and can help you enrich your knowledge and strengthen your skills in this subject. I love statistics and I did very well in this subject in college. So far I have helped students of all levels including AP statistics, college and graduate level online statistics courses with great success, and I look forward to more opportunities.

...I study abstract algebra as a hobby in my spare time (abstract algebra is a surprisingly good bus ride diversion) and am quite familiar with the history of the discipline, and alternate lines of argument for a number of significant results. I had the good fortune to study Linear Algebra with a p...

...I have also taught Calculus at Ohlone College and DeAnza College. I hold an MS in Mathematics and a Ph.D. in Engineering from Stanford, and have used Calculus extensively in a 30-year career in Aerospace Engineering. I have taught and tutored Pre**calculus** and am very familiar with the high school curriculum.

...Given that this material is so new and foundational, I teach my students to do the work in a disciplined and organized way: write all the steps down, quickly check the results at each step, and organize their written work, so that it's visually clear; this minimizes the chance of making careless ...

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