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Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (Mathematics)
Rider University - Education (Enrolled)
I am a high school math teacher with experiencing teaching and tutoring Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus. I have a BS in Mathematics from Ohio University and a Masters in Education.
I can give you the attention and dedication you need to become successful in the math areas you want to become better in. We can work with your school curriculum and on other topics. I try my best to be flexible and available the days that work best for you.
I am easily accessible outside of our sessions with questions and will make myself available for your success. Feel free to reach out at any time.
Dan I am a high school math teacher with experiencing teaching and tutoring Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, … Read more
Elementary - Algebra 2 is $45 / hour. Pre-calculus is $60 / hour and Calculus is $70 / hour.
Dan is very easy to work with. My son feels relaxed with him which helps with building his confidence in Mathematics.
Very helpful in our daughters ability to handle the challenge of Algebra II with much more confidence.
Daniel was able to accommodate my daughters request for different days depending on test and quizzes.
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Discrete Math is often coined as "finite mathematics". It does not deal with the real numbers and it's continuity. I have studied discrete math as I obtained my BS in mathematics from Ohio University.
I am a teacher of geometry in a high school.