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...Subjects include the following: equations and inequalities, units of measurement, functions, system of equations, absolute value equations, rational exponents, exponential functions, polynomials, and quadratic equations. Experience tutoring Allston-Brighton students in prealgebra at BC through a...

...A typical advanced precalculus course might include modules dealing with set theory, number systems, functions, logarithms, trigonometry, conics, series, vectors, matrices, permutations/combinations, parametric equations, polar coordinates, induction, and limits, but there can be huge differences...

...Personally, I think the ACT math section better covers real world expectations for most students - obviously math and physics students need more skills than the ACT covers, but not everyone in the world plans on being one of those two professionals. For the rest of us (even many scientists), apt...

...I received Summa Cum Laude undergraduate honors at Middlebury College majoring in Mathematics with a minor in Economics. I then did 1 year of graduate work at Dartmouth College, but decided to switch to a Master's in Computer Science program at UNH. Most recently I have been a stay-at-home dad, and taught my eldest daughter to read using positive reinforcement and the DISTAR method.

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