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...Subsequently I became Engineering Vice President for the entire company. Over the last 20 years I have given technical presentations and workshops throughout Europe and North America, to delegations from China, Russia, and to NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization). I retired in 2004 to pursue...

...I have been an adjunct professor, but far prefer the tutoring. As for teaching style, I feel that the concept drives the skill. If you have the idea of what to do on a problem, you do not need to complete 10 similar problems.

...I love to talk with students of all ages about these subjects, and I would like to help you to appreciate their fundamental simplicity and beauty while getting you to your academic goals. I hold a PhD in physics from Columbia University, and I have been part of the condensed matter research community for more than a decade. I prefer to tutor near where I live in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY.

...Algebra 2 is the continuation of the concepts of Algebra 1 into more difficult and advanced problems. Instead of solving and graphing only linear (first power) equations, quadratic (second power) and higher equations are dealt with, as well as rational (involving fractions) and radical (involving square roots) equations. Algebra 2 is extremely important for success in higher math.

Hello, I hold two Bachelor's Degrees: one in Mathematics from Florida Atlantic University and the second in Land Surveying Science from NJIT. I enjoy connecting with the students to help them with difficulty they are having with math or science. I truly enjoy seeing the light bulb go on over their heads when we are able to make a breakthrough.

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