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...I am familiar with solving differential equations. I have been tutoring linear algebra (and other subjects in math) for the last twelve years. In addition I used linear algebra frequently during my graduate studies in mathematical **physics**.

I started teaching as an instructor at the Naval Nuclear Propulsion School back in the '80s. After leaving the Navy, I became a high school science teacher. I currently hold Pennsylvania teaching certifications in Physics, Earth/Space, and General Science, and Mathematics; I have taught all of these subjects at one time or another.Veteran teacher in math and science.

...It is easy to be lost in the crowd of the classroom, but with tutoring you can cater a lesson to each student's individual needs. There is no better feeling than seeing a student finally grasp a concept they've struggled with, and knowing you helped them along that path. Most of my tutoring experience comes from tutoring others in math.

...In college and graduate school I had several courses in advanced math such as Calculus, Differential Equations, Finite Math, and Linear Algebra. I taught this subject for several years in a high school at both the 9th grade-level and the 12th grade-level. I have also taught the following math classes that are relevant to Physics: Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus.

I graduated from Virginia Tech in December of 2015 with a Bachelors degree in Physics. I have a very strong background in math and **physics**/science including topics from basic algebra to geometry and trigonometry to complex numbers to calculus, along with Newtonian mechanics, chemistry and electromagnetism. In high school I took both AP Calculus and AP Physics.

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