## Courses

The following list of the courses reflects my ten years teaching experience in California and two years teaching at the University of Texas at El Paso. I have been teaching a calculus class almost every semester for the last ten years. I have been also teaching some upper divison classes and courses for Teachers as well as applied Mathematics courses such as Statistics.
(1) * Matrix Algebra (Math 3323, Upper division class).*

(2) * Partial Differential Equations (Math 2326, Upper division class).*

(3) * Discrete Math (Math 2300).*

(4) * Calculus I (Math 1411).*

(5) * Calculus II (Math 1320).*

(6) * Calculus III (Math 1320).*

(7) * Precaculus (Math 1508).*

(8) * Math for social Sciences I (Math 1320). *

(9) * Math for social Sciences II (Math 2301). *

(10) * Descriptive and Inferential Statistics (STAT 1380). *

(1) * Optimization (Math 120, Upper division class).*

(2) * Linear Algebra (Math 131, Upper division class). *

(3) * Real Analysis (Math 150, Upper division class). *

(4) * Multivariable Calculus (Math 10A).*

(5)* Elementary Differential Equations (Math 46A).*

(6) * Discrete Mathematics (Math 11). *

(7) * First Year Calculus II and III (Math 9B and Math 9C).*

(8) * Precalculus (Math 5, Summer Bridge Course). *

(1) * Algebraic Topology (Independant study course, Graduate Course, Math 595).*

(2) * Calculus for Business (Math 140) **
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(Helped to choose New Custom Edition Calculus Textbook for Math 140).
(3) * Calculus I (Math 150). *
Similar classes as UC Riverside.

(1) * Elementary algebra (Math 100). *

(2) * Calculus for Business and Biology (Math 130).*

(1) * Calculus for Business (Math V46). *

(2) * Intermediate Algebra (V03).*

(1) * Statistics (Math 06A).*

(2) * Operations Research (Math 10).*

(1) * (Computer Science) Pascal, Algorithms, Unix. *

(2) * (Graduate courses) Topology, Differential Geometry.*

(3) * (Graduate) Abstract Algebra. *

(4) * Oct. 1994-June 1998: (Teaching Assistant) Calculus, Algebra.*

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