Tutoring can include: Linear equations, Functions, Graphing, Quadratic and Polynomial equations, Statistics and Probability. Equations and inequalities, quadratics, graphing functions, complex numbers, coordinate geometry. Exploring the properties of parallel lines and polygons and circles.
Newton, NHView Tutor
...Other areas are slight expansions over the Algebra 1 material. Usually, the syllabus also includes logarithms and some trigonometry, and I'm very comfortable explaining these more advanced topics. As a physics specialist, calculus has been the "tool of the trade" most often used.
Andover, MAView Tutor
...It also included organizing study groups for students. Four years later I returned to this University to tutor math students, many in the area of Pre-Calculus. This has allowed me to develop a fairly deep level of understanding of the concepts involved and to comprehend the typical issues students have with the material.
Chester, NHView Tutor
Durham, NHView Tutor
...At the end of this course, a student should be able to make and critique logical arguments and calculate missing parts of a geometric diagram. Pre-calculus is the study of function families and their behavior. It includes transformations, trig and lots of modeling of real world behavior.
Wakefield, MAView Tutor