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...And we will have fun in the process! I was the founder of the Philadelphia AutoCAD Users Group since the early 1980's, and have served as President, Vice-President, and Program Chairman. I have used the software since this time and have customized and delivered hundreds of AutoLISP routines (built-in programming language) to corporate clients.

...A pan of water can be used to show how sound waves reflect off certain surfaces and are absorbed by others. I use a flashlight to explain how a remote control works, as kids pretend to be a remote-controlled robot. A large grid on paper can provide a good way to show how a picture is transmitte...

...I have tutored nearly thirty Students in High school and College Chemistry Courses. I also served as a teaching Assistant at Temple University, while still an undergrad and as a teaching assistant for General Chemistry at Lehigh University in Graduate School. I have tutored Students in Pre-Algebra and have taught **algebra** 1 on a high school level.

...My mother spent a lot of time with me as a young lad and that is precisely what made me into the mathematical juggernaut I am today. I have taken the following courses: Dartmouth College - Math 23 Differential Equations Drexel University - Phys 100, Phys 101 Mathematical Methods for Physicists ...

...My degree is from RPI in Theoretical Mathematics, and thus included taking Discrete Mathematics as well as a variety of other proof-writing courses (Number Theory, Graph Theory, and Markov Chains to name a few). I absolutely love writing proofs and thinking problems out abstractly. I favor the S...

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