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...I use object oriented design principles to maximize code clarity, longevity and reusablility. The best evidence of my training and experience in computer programming is MSRedux, a reusable code base that permits me to develop and release (soup-to-nuts!) custom software in my partcular area of research on a week-long time scale. My experience in Computer Science is practical.

...I have a solid understanding of **calculus** gained through earning a PhD in physics and from learning mathematics in a profound way. I was always interested in mathematics and in high school and was a mathematics olympiad regional winner. Physics and computer science both requires a deep command of mathematics, and so since then my knowledge and abilities have continually grown.

...For Commonwealth Learning Center, I worked with students with severe learning issues in Reading and Writing using specialized programs such as Nanci Bell VV. I have tutored middle and high school students for 14 years overwhelmed by or uninterested in homework and/or studying for and taking test...

...I studied the subject extensively by seeing its application in courses such as Numerical Analysis, Complex Variables, Calculus-based Physics and Calculus-based Statistics. In Graduate School, I explored the theoretical aspect of Calculus more thoroughly by taking Mathematical Analysis I-II, Meas...

...I have been tutoring Algebra for almost 15 years! I have developed tons of tricks to get through even the trickiest of problems and have no problem teaching them to your child. With Algebra the most mistakes are made by skipping steps, so a systematic approach is often best!

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