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...I help Precalculus students develop the strong fundamentals of Math that they are going to need in Calculus. I review the six Trigonometric functions and their graphs, logarithms, and conic sections. I also cover complex numbers and polar coordinates.

...I turn factoring into a fun and efficient game. And, I really enjoy connecting with the student to break down word problems by translating them into workable math problems, and thus decreasing the student's anxiety and fear. Algebra II has a whole host of new concepts including advanced factoring, function transformations, sequences, and series.

...During most of my 35 years teaching in California, I was in charge of preparing our students for the math and science portions of the SAT and ACT tests. What I offer is help to understand what the questions are asking you to find; re-teaching the skills you may have forgotten; and The test skills you need to earn the best score possible. I offer help in three ways.

...Being PreCalc a pre-requisite for Calculus, following our intuition and understanding the geometry and algebra behind the Calculus concepts as well as learning a few properties, make Calculus a fun subject to learn, to further be applied to real world situations. Geometry is one of my favorite subjects. I teach my students where formulas come from instead of just memorizing them.

...Algebra II is a return to an algebra based class, even though it usually follows geometry. Most students need a refresher on the more complex properties of algebra found in previous classes. Also, this is the first time we see more interesting topics such as conic sections, logarithms, trig and others.

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