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...Right now, I have space in my schedule for one more regular student on weekends, so I'm looking for someone to help out! I have also worked as a camp counselor, supervising and instructing children ages 8 through 17. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Yale where I took classes in Government, French, Math, History, Psychology, and Physics.

...I am knowledgeable about all aspects of Algebra II, including solving systems of equations with three variables, matrices, complex numbers, permutations and combinations, radical and rational functions, conic sections, and periodic functions. When teaching algebra, I enjoy seeing a student under...

I obtained a dual engineering degree (biomedical and electrical) in 1990 and have worked as an engineer for 26 years. I obtained my masters degree in applied mathematics in 1997 and have privately tutored a diverse group of elementary, middle, and high school students in math for the past 15 years....

...While in college, I tutored high school students during my winter and summer breaks while maintaining engineering internships. One winter break I volunteered as a math assistant in an elementary school classroom. In college I gained leadership experience by taking leadership positions in variou...

...This typically makes the subject more interesting as well as easier to conceptually grasp. Precalculus prepares students for calculus the same way that pre-algebra prepares students for Algebra I. While pre-algebra teaches students many different fundamental algebra topics, **precalculus** does not involve calculus per se; rather, it explores topics that will be applied in calculus.

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