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...These courses, usually studied in grades 8-10, are the foundation for every student who wants to understand and succeed in math in the future. Often coming between Algebra I and Algebra II, Geometry is the study of the properties and uses of geometric figures in two and three dimensions. Main t...

...But as I've taken 6 years of Latin in high school with 2 of those years being at the AP level (Vergil and Ovid) and then 1 semester of Latin in college, I was able to also add Latin to my subject offerings. There are many paths to learning the abstract syntax and concepts of any subject. Theref...

...With Algebra the most mistakes are made by skipping steps, so a systematic approach is often best! Integrations and Differentiations are my favorite parts of math! I used to run a walk-in math center at a community college in upstate NY for students struggling with Pre-Calculus through Multi-Variable Calculus.

...I got an A+ in calculus in high school and a 5 on the BC Calculus AP Test. I have two degrees in engineering, and calculus is a must-know subject for that. I got an A+ in Geometry in high school.

...I love it when the students ask me questions about the topic because it shows that they care about their education and that they are putting in the effort to understand the material. I welcome comments, and concerns, anything that would make me a better tutor for the student. I look forward to meeting you and help progress your education.

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