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...Algebra is like second nature to me. I have a thorough understanding of all the fundamental concepts, and I am confident that I can explain the subject in such a way that you too will soon find it an easy subject to master! Calculus is a highly practical branch of **math**ematics with many applications in the natural sciences, economics, and engineering.

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...Geometry is the study and exploration of logic and visual reasoning. There are numerous tools and facts that you need to understand and then you build on them throughout the year. At the end of this course, a student should be able to make and critique logical arguments and calculate missing parts of a geometric diagram.

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