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...My name is David, and I hope to be the tutor you are looking for. I have almost 10 years of tutoring experience in all math subjects, including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Probability and Statistics. I have also helped students out with their coursework in Physics and Finance.

...In addition, I review Law of Sines, Law of Cosine, half angle and double angle formulas, and Pythagorean Identities. Since some classes combine Precalculus and Trigonometry, please also review my Precalculus subject description. As a former AP Statistics student, I help students understand desc...

...We learn the relationship between exponential and log functions. I also enjoy connecting with the student to demonstrate how synthetic division, long division, factoring, finding the zeros, graphing a polynomial, and evaluating a polynomial are all related. I really enjoy tutoring logic, inductive reasoning, deductive reasoning, and two column proofs.

...Different students will have different strengths and weaknesses with respect to the three subject components of the LSAT, as well as different learning styles. We will focus on identifying your strengths and weaknesses, and then shoring up the weaknesses to maximize the benefit of the time we spend together. I can tell you from personal experience - the LSAT is beatable.

...As geometry is commonly taken after algebra 1, it is a large deviation from previous topics. Because of this students are commonly confused at the beginning and might not recover well. The idea of a conceptual and non-algebraic proof is somewhere I see a lot of students go wrong.

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