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...I have mostly taught University/College class level, but also many high school students, and also worked in adult education (in beginning computer science classes). I have many strong references - all recent college students and/or parents of high school students alike, all from the Bay area, whe...

...I am patient and kind. I care about the student's academic growth as well as their personal growth. I enjoy close interaction with my students and respect their individuality.I was born in Beijing China, I have taught many Chinese students and taught in after school programs in the U.S.

...Classes such as quantum mechanics or even classical mechanics make extensive use of the mathematical tools and concepts studied in linear algebra, and I have taken many of those! The fact that I use the tools of linear algebra on a regular basis, instead of just studying the theory, means that m...

...They are: Limits, Rules of Differentiation, Related Rates, Optimization problems, Riemann sum, Techniques of Integration, Differential Equations, Parametric Equations, Polar Coordinates, and Partial Derivatives. Calculus work requires extensive use of the many different methods learned in Algebra 1. I can review these methods with you, or teach them to you from scratch.

...I am patient and make learning fun and easy. My formal education includes a bachelor's degree in Math from the University of Chicago with minor in Statistics, PhD coursework in Math at Cornell University, and a master's degree in Computer Science from Cornell University. You do not need to travel.

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