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...Since some classes combine Precalculus and Trigonometry, please also review my Precalculus subject description. As a former AP Statistics student, I help students understand descriptive statistics (such as mean, median, standard deviation, least squares regression, and normal distributions) as w...

...I have tutored and home-schooled (Laurel Springs and University of Oklahoma programs) in Algebra 2 since 1998. I received a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from MIT. I come from 2 generations of chemists, so passing on the knowledge is something which comes naturally and brings me great pleasure.

...I can help with geometric proofs, as well as explaining how circles, triangles, and various other shapes work together in 2 dimensions and 3 dimensions. No matter what you are struggling with in Geometry, I will make it easier to understand. Pre algebra prepares students for the most fun, and challenging and applied areas of mathematics: Algebra.

...When I work with Freshman and Sophomore students, I am conscious that I am actually preparing them for the SAT and other admission tests earlier than in their Junior year. In terms of subjects, my expertise is in all standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT, GMAT, GRE as well Algebra 1 and 2, Geo...

...It is necessary to develop a solid foundation of algebra principles here so that later classes will not present problems. Moving up from prealgebra I make sure to focus on the properties of algebra, how to solve equations and more complex problems. Algebra II is a return to an algebra based class, even though it usually follows geometry.

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