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...There's nothing quite like determining end-behavior of polynomial functions! Although I hold my degree in the subject, I'll agree that Biology is one of the toughest sciences to master; there's a ton of material, and the field keeps changing its mind about how much of our DNA is actually junk. That said, I am completely at ease guiding my students through introductory Biology courses.

...Algebra, geometry, and trigonometry deal with perfect shapes and situations such as square, triangle, sphere, or cylinder. However there is no such limit for calculus. Even though it was not requirement for my major, I passed 3 semesters of calculus with GPA of 4.0.

...I focus my efforts in all three areas. I have tutored and recently studied, at a graduate level, a broad range a math topics including multi-variable calculus, number theory, and abstract algebra. This gives me a deep understanding of the Mathematics and Statistics material taught at the high school and undergraduate level.

...I attended school at California State University Monterey Bay where I learned as much as I could about Biology and the whole scientific process. Throughout my biology classes I realized that every study needed to be backed by Statistics. This led me to obtaining a Statistics minor so that I could better understand the statistical tests behind all field studies.

...Many students find algebra to be a very interesting subject. However, some students find algebra to be very difficult. Often the reason for this is that they have not yet mastered the concepts of pre-algebra.

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