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...I took a course on Discrete Mathematics as part of my distributed minor when pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Sciences. During my teaching career I've taught an equivalent course, Computational Mathematics, several times. I've also covered some of the topics of this subject within other courses, such as Network Flows, Calculus and Scientific Computing.

...I am making a serious commitment to the student, I expect the student to make a serious commitment to learning and cooperating with me. They should always have their textbook and all graded tests and quizzes and a syllabus of course content. If you are about to take the new A.P.

...My goal, still, is to show my students that Physics is not hard and can be fun to learn. I have taught at large public schools and small private ones. I am not limited to Physics though, I have also taught Algebra, Algebra II and Geometry while I have been employed at the Army and Navy Academy.

...I have an associates degree in math earned through Mira Costa College. I have been tutoring university level math for many years. I have learned many ways to help teach a student math, l know all students do not learn the same and different approaches to the material are necessary for understanding.

...I have taught prealgebra in a classroom and thoroughly enjoyed it. This is the point when the kids can really start sinking their teeth into some pretty complex math problems and seeing how you can use their skills to do some important things. They also get introduced to the very basic concepts of algebra and that is where they can get a bit frustrated.

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