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...I look forward to helping you! All the best, ArisOne of the most difficult classes, calculus can be a killer. I probably have taught and tutored this subject more than any other, having taught it for the last 15 years without a break and having graded the AP calculus test a few years back.

...I create no more than five to one ratios to maintain focus and personal interactions with each student.I have taught all math subjects in the last 5 years. I have taught algebra for the last 8 years as a tutor and 6 years as a teacher. I taught 10th grade math for 2 years at a high school level and I currently tutor 4 students in Geometry at this moment.

...Algebra 2 covers quadratic equations, graphing, complex numbers, functions, sequences and series, and exponents and logarithms. Problem solving skills are emphasized throughout, and time is devoted to advanced topics like telescoping sums and piece-wise functions. Successful problem solving in geometry is not possible without first representing the problem appropriately.

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