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...We have fun with topics including the unit circle, SOHCAHTOA, the Law of Sines, and the Law of Cosines. I show the student how to use easy, logical, and intuitive formulas for finding the arc length of a circle and the area of a sector. We derive and work with trig formulas such as the sin and cos of a sum or difference, half angle, and double angle.

...I can be a valuable resource for parents, teachers, and ADHD students alike. I have helped many students prepare smarter and score higher on the Catholic High School Entrance Exams. That's because I can provide personalized COOP, HSPT and TACHS prep experience designed to meet your specific needs and goals.

...I can tutor in other subjects as well. English and grammar are most likely my next best subjects. I am eager to start tutoring and helping anyone I can!Tutor for 4 years with experience teaching primarily algebra over the four years.

...In the fall of 2007, I matriculated at Harvey Mudd College, and in 2011 I graduated with my Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology. During my years at Harvey Mudd, I worked for Upward Bound, tutoring low-income high-potential students. This is where I started my tutoring--and I haven't stopped.

...Being a math tutoring specialist is an enjoyable experience. Because I only teach math, I am able to dedicate my time to finding new and innovative methods to develop and explain concepts for routine problems. Most importantly, I have had the privilege and pleasure of being taught by some of the most creative and inspiring teachers, my own students.

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