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...Geometry uses many properties and theorem to solve problems for angles, lines, triangles, and many more figures. I have taught pre-algebra to many students in the past. This course starts out with basic properties of operations such as associative, distributive, and many more.

...I will be happy to share my knowledge and the workbook with you. I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago with emphasis in higher mathematics. I am a full-time engineer at a Telecom company.

...I also have been able to travel around the world and have been to Australia, Mexico, Canada, Tahiti, Hong Kong and forty (40) of the fifty states. I have a map of the world in my computer room and look at it every day and try to learn something new about the world. I enjoy teaching all types of Math and want Math to be fun when I teach it.

...I also coached at a second school where our 7th grade team competed in the CPS Area 4 competition. We did not win that day, but one of our players rated 33rd out of over 100 players. I am not as good as I used to be, but I can teach openings and strategies to use for beginners and intermediate players.

...Because of this, I make it my priority to make the learning experience as much fun as possible and relate course topics to things that are meaningful to students' lives. A geometric formula is not just a formula - it can explain how tall you have to be to be a successful tennis player. Forces in physics can tell you how fast you have to run to tackle that football player.

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