...And ironically enough, it was in taking algebra that basic arithmetic became easy. (Such is the general pattern--one doesn't really master algebra until calculus.) Algebra 2 picks up where the first installment leaves off. Think of it...
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Personal development is a process that occurs at every stage of one’s life and allows one to realize a potential that arises within the heart of our boldest dreams. Tutoring offers a profound level of engagement, wherein...
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...(Academy of Mathematics Science and Applied Technology) and I did tutor for first time when I was senior in my HS (Math Club) (2000~2001) and in college (both on and off the campus)(not official). I've finished up to Calculus (I, II, III)...
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Tutoring in a wide variety of subjects especially math & science

...I have also been an assistant coach for cross country and track teams at both middle school and high school levels Upon succeeding in calculus I and calculus II, I moved on to differential equations, as well. I just recently passed...
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Graduate Student for Math, Physics, and Electrical Engineering

I enjoy teaching because I think it is the best way to know that you understand something. Therefore, I see it as way to review past things I have learned and sometimes get a different outlook. I believe that anything can be understood with...
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