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...The second, Mathematics 152 at Harvard, was a rigorous proof-based course that linked topics in discrete mathematics to group theory and Euclidean geometry. I've taken two other courses at the graduate level that covered a topic called "evolutionary graph theory," which applies certain elements ...

...To reinforce these concepts, we do practice problems together until the student is comfortable. I believe patience and clear communication is key when working with elementary students. I teach all of my students study skills necessary to do well and succeed on tests and in school.

...In my spare time, I love to play music, rock climb, sail, and enjoy the beautiful Bay Area weather!Algebra is about more than solving for x - it's about learning to think logically! I focus my Algebra lessons on developing the underlying goal of step-by-step reasoning, while still making sure th...

...I taught Algebra, calculus to high school students for 4 years when I was a bachelor student. I have a PhD degree in Physics, and I am currently an adjust lecturer at San Francisco State University. I am teaching General Physics, and I taught a couple of Physics curses such as Electro Magnetic, Quantum Mechanics, Classical Mechanics and Thermodynamics.

...I enjoy tutoring all math subjects to calculus II (including statistics). Also **physics** in mechanics and all SAT Math preparation. I placed 17th (7-way tie) of over 2000 students nationally in the AMATYC math contest in Spring '12. Also 13th (5-way tie) in Spring '11 and 20th in Fall '11 + Spring '12 scores.

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