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I am Joseph D., a current mathematics graduate student at San Francisco State University with the desire to learn and teach mathematics and chemistry. Previously, I studied chemistry as a graduate student at the University of California, Merced and as an undergraduate student at the University of California, Irvine. My experience as a student was

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First session was productive, says my high school chemistry son. Joseph reviewed his notebook and current homework; clarified study techniques; enthusiastic, knowledgeable and assuring.

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I excelled in high school. Skills in this course are applied extensively in Algebra II. Previously I helped classmates to execute problem-solving skills such as simplifying basic expressions, graphing functions, solving equations, and word problems.

I performed well in my high school. I helped classmates to work on fundamental concepts such as curve-sketching, solving equations, basic linear algebra, and exploring behaviors of algebraic and non-algebraic functions. Step-by-step approaches to solve these problems were implemented to master the subject, which can be applied in trigonometry and precalculus.

I performed well in calculus at high school and college. Helped classmates to evaluate limits, derivatives, and integrals, sketch curves, solve differential equations, and study infinite series. Problem-solving skills such as pattern-recognition, graphing, re-writing and simplifying expressions, and backwards approach were widely used. Skills in calculus are still applied today for advanced math classes and teaching students.

I taught two years in preparatory and general chemistry. I utilized problem-solving skills such as critical thinking, recognizing patterns, understanding given information, performing calculation in a step-by-step way, applying concepts outside of the classroom, and maintaining appropriate units. I performed well in high school and college.

I performed well in high school. I helped classmates to work on mathematical concepts such as plotting curves, solving algebraic and non-algebraic expressions, evaluating trigonometric functions, and exploring properties of functions. I used step-by-step approach to perform these math operations such as determining patterns, simplifying expressions, using figures, and the backwards approach. Skills are widely used to study in calculus.

I performed well in the trigonometry section of the Algebra II course in high school. I assisted my classmates on evaluating trigonometric expressions, exploring properties of trigonometric functions, and applying these principles in geometry and algebra. I used techniques of problem-solving such as determining patterns, performing computations methodically, using figures and plots, and backwards thinking approach. Skills widely applied in precalculus and calculus.

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