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Hello, my name is Ed and I am a math and physics tutor. I received my Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Northwestern University and I previously worked in the automotive industry as a senior engineering specialist for 28 years. In my spare time, I worked with elementary through high school students coaching FIRST Robotics in my kids? school district for 8 years.

Hello...My name is Dan and I have been a high school math teacher for the past 19 years since graduating from Harvey Mudd College in Claremont with a B.S. in Engineering (Class of '92). I taught 4 years at the Webb Schools (private high school in Claremont 1992-1996), 3 years at School of the Arts ...

...Precalculus introduces to students some of very important functions that they will see very frequently in application problems in sciences, techniques and daily life. They are the functions of trigonometry, exponent, logarithm. Precalculus also goes further in elementary geometry such as graphs of parabolas, ellipse and hyperbolas.

...Also, I offer a free consultation meeting to help set goals and gain an understanding of the challenges each student is facing. Please contact me if you've got questions or want to schedule lessons and hope to hear from you soon!My love of biology led me to get a bachelor's degree in Molecular a...

...I also find real-world applications for the math concepts so students see how relevant math is in their lives. When I teach math concepts such as Precalculus, I try to make it more engaging for the student by connecting the math concepts to other subjects. Some students relate more to history and culture so I'll discuss the evolution of unique math concepts.

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