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...My approach to teaching Algebra is conceptual. I train my students to make connections between the abstraction of Algebra and real-world applications. B.S., Benedictine University M.S., University of Chicago I have a B.S., Benedictine University, and M.S., University of Chicago.

...Beyond the typical workplace application of the program, I've also used Excel for extensive statistical and modeling projects, pushing the boundaries of what Excel (and my poor laptop) is capable of. In short, I can help you learn and master Excel! I aced my AP European History class, and scored a 5 on the AP exam itself.

...Attending a Major University as an Engineering Major for both undergraduate and graduate coursework, I've taken numerous classes in both traditional and applied mathematics. Examples of the traditional courses include Differential Equations, Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, Linear Algebra,...

...They offer life-long skills by offering problem-solving techniques and numerical tools. I have background in peer-tutoring when I was in school, helping in both Physics and Math. I also work at Mathnasium and as a math aide, with plenty of classroom experience under my belt.This was my major in college.

...I will be able to help you or your child to understand these concepts, using real life examples, and will also be able to coach you to the techniques which will enable you to answer them every time. I tutor because I love working with children. I am happy to work with anyone who is willing to work and am very patient with students as they try to understand new concepts.

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