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...Trigonometry is a beautiful way to see patterns within Geometry using the mechanics of Algebra. By using only a handful of formulae, students can prove and transform a multitude of expressions to simplified, useful ideas. This is one of the most applied AND theoretical classes in high school.

...I have 12 years of experience working as a substitute teacher and teacher for Oakland Unified School District and Hayward Unified School District. Now when I decided to retire from my job, I would like to work as a tutor to help you in mathematics when needed. Don't be reluctant to call me when you like to discuss something with me about your difficulties in math, in classwork or homework.

...Now, I am a chemistry major at Cal and work in a biophysical chemistry lab here, researching some of the protein mutations that are common causes of cancer. I would love to help students catch up or get ahead in math or science! In high school, I took AP Calculus AB/BC and scored 5's on both tests.

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...A large portion of algebra 2 is trigonometry and **geometry**. The rest involves solving equalities and inequalities, using the quadratic formula and solving polynomials. For many, learning algebra 2 seems impossible, I teach to my all students very well so they catch on quickly.

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