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Austin, TX 78744

...Using the definition of sine and cosine you can express the rectangular coordinates x and y as rcos(theta) and rsin(theta). Then, using the tangent and Pythagorean theorem, you can write polar coordinates in terms of rectangular. Trigonometry begins with a right...
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Cedar Park, TX 78613

...While there I tutored math courses from prealgebra to differential equations, including trigonometry, probability, calculus and business calculus, linear algebra, discrete math (set theory and logic), and **statistics**.
Though I majored in math, I took over 40 hours...
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Wimberley, TX 78676

...At Cal Tech and Washington University my primary research interest was in analysis of extraterrestrial materials (meteorites - including those from Mars - and Moon rocks) and astronomy/astrophysics. I have also taught a wide variety of course in Earth Sciences as...
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Austin, TX 78749

...I then took the opportunity to become a teacher at a private school here in Austin for nine years, where I taught Pre-algebra, Algebra 2, Pre-AP Algebra 2, and AP **Statistics**. During my tenure, I went to Graduate School at Texas State University (San Marcos) and...
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Austin, TX 78734

...I have been successfully able to draw on all my previous educational experience and teach an AP Calculus course at Parkview and Pius X not simply from the perspective of mathematical computation, but rather from the perspective of useful applications. This method...
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