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...Most of the issues student's have with Trigonometry is not understanding the basic and fundamental definitions and once that is corrected, students have little difficulty. Both the ACT and SAT math sections of these exams are at times very tricky! They don't necessarily always test the prowess of math skills but more with understanding just what is being asked to do.

...This class encompasses a diversity of concepts, but I have a long track record of helping students relate to math in ways that can transform frustrated students into happy students. I have 8+ years of professional experience working with high school and college precalculus and trigonometry stude...

...For math: 1. I have a Bachelor's in Math and have had 16 years of experience working with students from high school and college as well as adult learners, in one-on-one, small groups and medium classroom settings. 2. I am familiar with the methods common core uses and also WHAT MAKES ME STAND ...

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