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Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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I tutored for Trigonometry and Calculus for a year. I completed Discrete Math with A grade. I have good understanding of overall maths as I graduated in General Mathematics. I would want the students to work hard, go through the class notes, chapters that he/she going to be tutored. It would let me know that students are interested in learning. I cannot solve all the problems, but I would try to help concentrate the students on how to solve problems without solving it. It sounds weird, but the technique to solve any math questions is understanding the questions, learning what the questions is [more]

As part of my Electrical Engineering degree requirements, I have taken Finite Math, Linear Algebra, and Digital Logic. These courses include the study of binary numbers, matrices, Boolean Logic, functions and subsets. I have also taken the accompanying lab associated with Digital Logic. I am experienced enough in this area to tutor Discrete Math. Hi, "My Turning Point Struggle with Math" I am Martin. I am an Electrical Engineer. When I started UNO, my ACT score placed me in remedial math. In my defiance of this placement, I received permission by the Dean to skip remedial math and take [more]

I earned an A in my undergraduate Foundations of Mathematics course (Math 2040 at Louisiana State University: Introduction to techniques of mathematical proofs; sets, logic, relations and functions, induction, cardinality and properties of real numbers.) I also hold a Master's Degree in Mathematics. I believe that everyone has the ability to learn Math. Not everyone has the easiest time learning it in a classroom setting, of course, but I can honestly say I never tutored anyone who didn't understand the material after a little one-on-one explanation. I like to meet a student where they are [more]

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