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...I can help you with some of the new concepts that are introduced in Calculus. They are: Limits, Rules of Differentiation, Related Rates, Optimization problems, Riemann sum, Techniques of Integration, Differential Equations, Parametric Equations, Polar Coordinates, and Partial Derivatives. Calculus work requires extensive use of the many different methods learned in Algebra 1.

...I have taught **geometry** at Jefferson High School, Daly City, Ca. from 1998 to 2012. Since retirement I continue to work as a day to day substitute teacher for the same school district. I have also taught **geometry** as a tutor at Monica Tutoring Center, Daly City,Ca. from Sept. 1998 to June 2004.

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