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...I can work with students on school assignments and projects, or I can provide material to help them master areas of difficulty. I can also help students to find clever ways to memorize and understand concepts. My unique experience includes working with students in the classroom, as a private tutor, and as a homeschooling parent for 8 years.

...I then show them how to properly integrate supporting examples into an argument and how to develop an argument to demonstrate critical thinking skills. For the grammar sections, I teach students how to rapidly and easily eliminate wrong answers and recognize the most commonly tested types of gra...

...I work best with students who are genuinely interested in learning and improving.I am going to receive a PHD at Rutgers soon, and my specialty is discrete **math**. I've taken many classes and regularly attend seminars on the subject. I've benefited from learning from some of the top discrete **math**ematicians at Rutgers.

...I know an alternative presentation that quickly demonstrates why (L+N)!/(L!N!) is the number of combinations of ways to draw L of L+N things. I earned 5s on both AP Calculus AB and AP Calculus BC in 2000 and 2001. Additionally, calculus has remained an essential part of the "bread and butter" t...

...Mathematics evolved over the past few thousand years as a way to answer questions about real-life. Algebra is the collection and categorization of many different rules, formulas and properties. A typical Algebra 1 course reinforces the very basics of solving, graphing, and writing linear equations and inequalities.

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