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Lake Forest Park, WA Precalculus Tutors

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Mary Ann L.
...I'm a native Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese speaker. I'd studied Chinese for over ten years, before I moved to the U.S. I graduated from University of Washington with a B.A. degree in business.
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13 Subjects: including precalculus, geometry, Chinese, algebra 1
Mary Ann L.
$38.00/hr
Lynnwood, WA
Nels B.
...I've presented a fuel-cell powered car at a national AIChE conference. I've researched and presented UREX designs. I've worked for Boeing PhantomWorks on fuel tank anti-corrosive agents.
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62 Subjects: including precalculus, chemistry, Spanish, reading
Nels B.
$62.00/hr
Kirkland, WA
Andrea L.
I have worked as a classroom teaching assistant and tutor since 2007. In the classroom, I have helped teach introductory physics classes at the University of Washington and Washington University in St Louis. I also have worked with these students individually on homework problems or test preparation.
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17 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, English, chemistry
Andrea L.
$40.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Amy S.
...From University of Colorado in Immunology with a translational science certificate (2013). I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at University of Washington in the Immunology Department. I have been tutoring high school and college students since 2008 in math (pre-Algebra through Calculus), and S...
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17 Subjects: including precalculus, chemistry, calculus, physics
Amy S.
$50.00/hr
Bothell, WA
Andrew C.
...Can we find any exceptions to our pattern? If we can't find any exceptions, then we have pretty good evidence that it is "true," but this isn't proof. For proof, we need to find an explanation, using logic. (This is the deductive part of science.) I make heavy use of the computer program Geometers Sketchpad for carrying out our experiments during tutoring sessions.
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6 Subjects: including precalculus, chemistry, physics, calculus
Andrew C.
$50.00/hr
Bothell, WA
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