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I am a retired electrical engineer who has been tutoring in trigonometry and algebra since 2007. I received my B.E.E. from the City College of New York and M.S.E.E. from Northeastern University, Boston. Being a slow but also infinitely patient person, I am good at assisting students with problems in learning as I understand them well. I love to impart my knowledge to my students in a friendly and informal way. I firmly believe that learning the justification or derivation behind any mathematical method or formula is extremely important. In other words, I want to teach them not just how to do math but also the ability to reason and therefore understand and grasp concepts. I also suggest correction of undesirable habits, if any, that interfere with learning math.
I have taught many seniors Microsoft Windows computer usage and solved their computer problems for several years. I enjoy tinkering with Linux, solving all sorts of challenging problems, tending my garden, and listening to classical music. My meeting place is Princess Anne Library.
I am a retired electrical engineer who has been tutoring in trigonometry and algebra since 2007. I received my B.E.E. from the City College of New York and M.S.E.E. from Northeastern University, Boston. Being a slow but
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