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...This course is essential in developing a student's ability to learn and do math in the long term because it is usually the first place students become familiar with the concepts and techniques of mathematical proofs. Success at this level is part of building a strong foundation for future study in mathematics. I have a B.S. in Physics from City College of New York.

...I've often found that these students have very unique and often brilliant perspectives on the subjects they are learning. I work with middle and high school students, as well as college level students. I am available to teach accredited homeschool courses.

...To ensure the student excels in his or her rhetorical skills, we work on developing an essay topic in an audience- or purpose-appropriate manner, examining effects of supporting statements and their contexts; we organize ideas and examine what constitute effective opening, transitional, and closi...

...I specialize in preparation for the NY Math Regents? tests as well as AP Calculus AB and BC. I can also prepare students for the SAT Math section, as I have achieved a perfect score in the SAT and GRE Math sections. My tutoring experience consists of private tutoring as well as tutoring in a private company geared for K-12 students.

...I am capable of understanding the documentation (which is a bit cryptic, because it's written in math equations using math terminology), so I can quickly learn anything you need. I can even teach you how to understand the Matlab environment and docs so you learn more about Matlab on your own (so...

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