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...My basic method was to make sure they understood what slopes and intercepts were and how they worked before moving on to show how different forms of the basic Y = mX + b linear equations, (including the point slope, and two point method) were evolved. I have a BS degree in Math from Michigan Sta...

...Specific section scores include: Reading - Scaled Score: 77; Mathematics - Scaled Score: 65; Writing - Scaled Score: 75. I teach Genetics every year as part of my Biology or Life Science classes, and have also included Genetics units in a Bioethics course I used to teach. I also taught a Genetics independent study course to a high school senior.

...I am teaching Statistics in local colleges. in addition to that, my qualifying was in Statistics during graduate school and tutored Statistics for many years. I have a lot of test teaching experience. In addition to that I personally tested at the top 2% on GRE when I did not have all that experience.

...And the way I do this will make it easy for you to understand and remember. Study of Precalculus serves as a preparation for Calculus and other higher level math subjects. It deepens student's understanding of the concepts learned previously in Algebra 2 and Geometry, as well as introducing new concepts and ideas, like Polar coordinates, Vectors, and Parametric equations.

...In order to be good at geometry one needs to be familiar with orientation, lines, figures, shapes, rotation, reflection, transforms and graphical method. Therefore the key to teaching geometry is to be able to use more illustrative examples to let students "see" what is happening or the problem ...

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