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Fort Lauderdale math tutor is a rising star on YouTube

 
 
 Chris Seber is a Fort Lauderdale tutor who was named a rising star this month by YouTube.
Chris Seber is a Fort Lauderdale tutor who was named a rising star this month by YouTube.
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It may not seem to add up, but Fort Lauderdale math tutor Christopher Seber is officially a rising YouTube star.

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