A PhD from Boston University and 30+ years of teaching and industry experience. My motto "Relevant Education which imparts knowledge, once coupled with skills, is essential to shine and prosper in practical life."
Building concepts are more important than solving academic exercise problems. Clear... (read more)
• Demonstrate that factoring a polynomial is the reverse of multiplying a polynomial.
• Use Greatest Common Factor (GCF) to factor monomials out of quadratic trinomials.
• Factor single-variable polynomials by grouping.
• Factor quadratic trinomials.
• Factor multivariat... (read more)
...I've also graded for multiple logic classes in the past. I spent three years of my undergraduate as an electrical engineering major with a computer emphasis. I completed the minor before switching to math, but still remember the subject quite well. (read more)
...I have extensive experience as a teacher and a tutor. As an undergraduate student, I was a supplemental instructor for economics and tutored in math. I continued to tutor on the side in graduate school while I studied economics and was also a teacher's assistant for economics courses. (read more)
...Geometry is a great subject! It can be difficult for students to get used to connecting abstract information on a page to two or three dimensional shapes, and to use math to connect the two. But it's such a valuable skill to develop! (read more)