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...I began my work with Help Yourself and Upward Bound in elementary and high school classrooms in Northern Illinois and Wisconsin in 2010. I am familiar with coordinate and two dimensional postulates as well as the common laws of algebra: associative, commutative, transitive, distributive, additive, etc. I am comfortable guiding a pupil from Descartes to Pythagorus for an Algebra I student.

...I can cover Calc A, Calc BC, as well as full-on first-year undergraduate calculus. I struggled with Chem a little bit my sophomore year of high school - so if that's your situation, I was right there with you! However, as I rose through the ranks of AP Chem (and later on, Organic Chemistry as well), things smoothed out for me, and I can ensure the same good results happen for you too!

...I love to help. Math is my specialty - including calculus, geometry, precalculus, and statistics! I have a Bachelor's of Science from California Institute of Technology (CIT), an incredibly challenging university.

...I tutor high school students in **chemistry**/AP **chemistry**/honors **chemistry**. I also I tutor **chemistry**/organic **chemistry** to college level students (undergraduate, pre-med, and engineering students). I tailor the material to the goals, needs, and pace of each individual student. In order to reinforce...

...Students of algebra apply previously learned rules like the distributive law and PEMDAS to expressions and equations which now include variables. In addition, they learn rules like the addition principle of equality and the multiplication principle of equality. The goal is to manipulate the equation so a value of the variable can be calculated.

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