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Joyee L.
...Trig isn't necessarily complicated, it's just a lot of facts to memorize and -- more importantly -- to understand. Memorization will only get you so far. It's the understanding of why things happen in trig that will help you excel.
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37 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, English, writing
Joyee L.
$75.00/hr
Laguna Hills, CA
Quentin N.
...I used a plethora of mathematical ideas and tools in coursework. I frequently review math notes from the past to use on current projects. I received a B.A. in Statistics from UC Berkeley.
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15 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, physics
Quentin N.
$40.00/hr
Fountain Valley, CA
Kris L.
...It?s crucial for word problems - and the SAT has lots of word problems. Without math-translation, the SAT may as well be written in Greek. Once the student translates and understands what the problem is about, I focus on the approach.
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24 Subjects: including statistics, Spanish, physics, writing
Kris L.
$75.00/hr
Westminster, CA
Ali K.
I am a Math PH.D. student at the University of Califronia, Irvine (UCI). I got my bachelor's degree in Math from UCI at the age of 20 with a 3.91 GPA. I have over 4 years of experience in tutoring Math at all levels. I passed the Math Tutors Exam at Irvine Valley College and worked there as a tutor on campus.
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13 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Ali K.
$60.00/hr
Irvine, CA
Joshua R.
...Most students need a refresher on the more complex properties of algebra found in previous classes. Also, this is the first time we see more interesting topics such as conic sections, logarithms, trig and others. By now it is expected to have solid algebra techniques developed in algebra I, which is where a lot of students need help.
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32 Subjects: including statistics, English, calculus, physics
Joshua R.
$40.00/hr
La Verne, CA
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