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Nancy L.
...Fractions must be mastered prior to Algebra One because there usually has no time in the secondary math curriculum to review fractions thoroughly. Secondary math students often forget how to do fractions. Their vague memory of fractions often prevents them from getting an A in a math class because somehow fractions are used at one time or another.
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17 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, geometry, algebra 2
Nancy L.
$40.00/hr
Pleasant Hill, CA
Violet C.
...SAT Math test incorporates problem solving (multiple choice questions) and grid ins (student produced questions). Every skill and content area tested on the SAT Math can be learned and mastered. With time, practice, and the right coaching you can master the SAT Math. I tutored students on the skill and content areas on the SAT Math so that they can improve their test performance and scores.
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50 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, reading, writing
Violet C.
$70.00/hr
Dublin, CA
Daniel F.
...As a graduate of UCSD's rigorous engineering program, I have a broad educational background in all levels of Physics and Physical Science, including Mechanics, Electricity, and Magnetism. I have been tutoring college level Physics for students from Ohlone, Mission, and De Anza colleges, as well ...
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12 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, algebra 1
Daniel F.
$65.00/hr
Fremont, CA
Khoa N.
...It is too basic to apply directly to the problem. Then we need to know how to change or convert the basic formulas to something like cos2x = 2cos^2(x) - 1 or 2cos^2(x) = cos(2x) + 1. Then we could integrate it directly or integrate by parts.
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13 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, SAT math
Khoa N.
$70.00/hr
Walnut Creek, CA
Martin R.
...I have spent the past 2 years as a volunteer math instructor. I am very patient and have lots of experience helping struggling math students. My hours are flexible.
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2 Subjects: including calculus, linear algebra
Martin R.
$45.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
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