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Michael P.
...Algebra 2 includes generalizations of many topics from Algebra 1. Topics include: polynomials and plotting, factoring/simplifying expressions, and an introduction to functions. With a solid foundation of algebra 1 and 2, the student should be ready to approach calculus, which has countless applications.
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10 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Michael P.
$35.00/hr
Riverside, CA
Joseph R.
...I taught catechism for 3 years. I have a doctorate degree in comparative religious studies. I wrote my thesis on the innate religious beliefs of human beings.
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50 Subjects: including physics, English, chemistry, biology
Joseph R.
$50.00/hr
Ontario, CA
Marie L.
I am a college graduate with a Bachelor's in Physics. Tutoring for me has always been rewarding because it allows me to synthesize my knowledge and present it to someone still in the process of learning. I have tutored SAT Math and German in the past during high school and when I was in college I ...
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25 Subjects: including physics, reading, algebra 1, calculus
Marie L.
$30.00/hr
Claremont, CA
John C.
I am an experienced tutor in math and science subjects. I have an undergraduate and a graduate degree in electrical engineering and have tutored many students before. I am patient and will always work with students to overcome obstacles that they might have.
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37 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, calculus, English
John C.
$90.00/hr
Rowland Heights, CA
Daniel S.
...There are two main divisions in calculus. First we will study differentiation or taking the limit and later integration which is essentially an adding up. One is said to be the inverse of the other.
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14 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Daniel S.
$30.00/hr
Apple Valley, CA
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