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David R. Brockport, NY Algebra tutor
State University of New York at Brockport 2009 - Mathematics
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Cornell University 2018 - Industrial and Labor Relations
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Matt L. Stockton, CA Algebra tutor
University of the Pacific 2009 - Applied Mathematics
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Abilene Christian University 2014 - Physics
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University of Florida 2014 - Environmental Engineering Sciences
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Colorado State University 2015 - Physics
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David C. Rolla, MO Algebra tutor
Missouri University of Science and Technology 2018 - Computer Science
105
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S L. Troy, NY Algebra tutor
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 2005 - Chemical Engineering
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Denison University 2018 - English
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Josh W. Algebra tutor
Ph.D. in Mathematics 2009 - Mathematics
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  • Algebra is the mathematics of rudimentary numerical analysis and manipulation. Topics range from variable mathematics, geometry, numerical analysis to theories. Most of the time, Algebra refers to Elementary Algebra; which involves the mastery of solving equations with variables, graphing, and a basic knowledge of complex numbers.

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  • This a branch of mathematics in which we determine unknown quantities by assigning them letters or other symbols and then applying the necessary operations.

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