...And it introduces entirely new concepts that the student has not seen that he/she will be assumed to know when entering calculus later in his or her education. There is more abstraction than in Algebra 2 and a greater requirement for rigorous thinking. It can be a challenge to the student who didn't fully master what came before.
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Framingham, MAView Tutor
...I passed the MTEL (Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure) in high school mathematics in May 2013, and I have worked with students in many areas of school math, from long division and multiplication up to algebra 2 and calculus. I have also been assisting high school classes in precalculus and AP calculus. I am a retired physician.
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...I presented my project at the Undergraduate Research Symposium. I have guest lectured for introductory geology, speaking to a group of 400-500 students. I am a geologist by training and have completed my university's field camp, which was stationed in New Mexico.
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