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...The Algebra section was recently expanded to include basic College Algebra. Pre-algebra: 14 questions on basic numeric properties, operations and arithmetic. Algebra: 19 questions on solving equations (both regular and quadratic), inequalities and systems of equations in 2 variables, dealing with polynomials and factoring, and some stuff like complex numbers, exponent operations, etc.

...If the definition of sine from a right triangle isn't useful for solving a problem, maybe the graph of the sine wave is; if that's not useful, maybe the unit circle will make life easier. Trig is essentially a gigantic toolbox for solving problems, but for many students it's incredibly disorgani...

I am a chemist trained in Texas for undergraduate studies (University of Texas), and California for graduate studies (USC). I enjoy learning and teaching math and science. I currently work for a private catholic school as a science and math high school teacher. I have tutoring experience in precal...

...I am experienced in numerous languages including c, c++, c#, pascal, BASIC, Lisp, Java, JavaScript, Prolog, Ruby, HTML, ActionScript and a variety of assembly language dialects including 80x86, 6809, 68xxx, Renesas, Kinetis, PIC, and PSOC. I have taught classes in C, C++, game programming, game ...

Recently completed a Ph.D. in college administration at UCLA. I earned a B.S. in math in 2004 and an M.S. in college administration in 2006. I have taught educational research courses at UCLA that rely heavily on statistics, and I have tutored students in college algebra and **calculus** in recent years.

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