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Math SAT 800: How To Master the Toughest Problems-Daniel Eiblum MSEd, Kimberly Noonan M.S., Michael Forman M.S., Nargess Memarsadeghi Ph.D., Matthew Konicki M.A.

  • Title: Math SAT 800: How To Master the Toughest Problems
  • Author: Daniel Eiblum MSEd, Kimberly Noonan M.S., Michael Forman M.S., Nargess Memarsadeghi Ph.D., Matthew Konicki M.A.
  • Released: 2008-07-08
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  • Pages: 300
  • ISBN: 1439200068
  • ISBN13: 978-1439200063
  • ASIN: 1439200068

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About the Author Daniel Eiblum, M.S.Ed. holds a BA in Geophysical Sciences from the University of Chicago and earned an Masters in Education from Johns Hopkins University. He has tutored math SAT for 15 years. Mike Forman, M.S. has both a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science degree in Physics and Applied Math from the University of Massachusetts. He was a professional mathematician and physicist at NASA for 40 years and has published in several scientific journals. He bagan tutoring math and physics in 2005 including pre-algebra through calculus and Math SAT preparation. Nargess Memarsadeghi has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland at College Park. She tutored for the Math Learning Center of Montgomery College in Germantown MD. Matthew Konicki, M.A. has a Masters of arts in Mathematics from the University of Maryland at College Park. He has been a mathematics instructor at the University of Maryland since 2004, teaching various math courses including statistics and calculus. He as also been a mathematics instructor at Georgetown University, The University of Delaware, American University, and Catholic University. He is a member of the Mathematical Association of America. Elnatan Reisner has a BS in Computer Science and Mathematics from Brandeis University and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Maryland. He worked as an applied research mathematician at the Department of Defense and a researcher at the Center for Computing Sciences in Bowie, MD. He earned a Computer Science Prize for Outstanding Achievement in 2005 at Brandeis University. pdf
 
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