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...Besides helping the students to master all the required prerequisite math skills, I try to give the students the intuitive reasoning capability that comes from a deeper understanding of the nature of the subject. I have taught and tutored geometry in algebra and calculus classes for many quarter...

I have a Ph.D. in Physics from Dalhousie University, Canada and post-doctoral research experience from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Besides teaching under-graduate and graduate **physics** courses in a college/university in India for over 25 years, I was also giving private tuition...

...I have many years of experience with Linux as a user, developer, and system administrator, including 12 years as Test and Tools Architect and then as Director of QA at Dorado/Corelogic. Prior to working with Linux, I had many years of experience with Unix, including 5 years working at Sun doing ...

...I encourage even "A" math students to take the time to grasp the concepts, not just "copy" formulas and processes that get you by. Today, an abundant and variety of resources exist for students to get help mastering concepts. Algebra 2 is one of my favorite math levels because it introduces 2-dimensions to the students after many years "stuck on a number line"!

...I have a masters degree in inorganic chemistry from Northwestern University. I have continued to use math, and chemistry in my engineering career building scientific instruments for chemistry research (NMR probes). I also enjoy mathematical puzzles and games. I am a chemistry graduate from UC Berkeley.

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