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...The **algebra** topics in which I have abundant teaching and tutoring experience are:
-solving equations & inequalities
-FOIL method
-factoring of polynomials
-word problems
-graphing equations & inequalities
-slope, y-intercept, x-intercept
-solving & graphing systems of equations & inequalities
-pe...

...My goal is to make each lesson engaging by using real life examples to better help students understand concepts. I also work with students to better organize their study area and their time, and to help them find the study methods that work best for their learning style. A little bit more about me - I am a Mechanical Engineer who loves to help students succeed in math and physics.

...Here's a bit about me: I'm originally from New Jersey and left to go to school at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. There, I studied Chemical Engineering, and received my BSE, summa cum laude, in 2008. After graduating, I took a job with a Boulder-area renewable fuel start-up where I spent 2 years as a Development Engineer.

I am a Mechanical Engineer that graduated from the Colorado School of Mines with a BS in Engineering Physics and an MS in Mechanical Engineering. As such, I have a thorough understanding of science, math, physics, and engineering. Through my educational background, I believe that understanding pre...

...I had a class in linear **algebra** back in undergrad, and have used it in a variety of other classes throughout my graduate degrees. I have used it professionally doing signal processing using MATLAB. The benefit of MATLAB over other languages is in processing matrices, and processing matrices is what linear **algebra** is all about.

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