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...You have to understand the questions and know how to think them through. I can help you build up your math knowledge and your problem solving ability, understand the questions, and learn the skills to answer them correctly ? so you?ll be ready for the test and go into it with confidence!I am an ...

...It includes transformations, trig and lots of modeling of real world behavior. When teaching Pre-calculus I focus on helping students to make the connections between the graphical, table and equation forms of the functions we work with. The SAT is a test that with some simple techniques and pra...

...As a practicing research scientist, I've had to use these math skills on a daily basis as part of my job. I am proficient in all levels of math from algebra 1 up to and including differential equations. I have a doctorate in physics, which means I've had to take numerous math courses along the way as pre- or co-requisites.

...What angles work in photography and how to capture the moment. I would be able to tutor in basic as well as advanced topics in photography, both indoor and outside. I have a PhD in physics and I worked as a post-doctoral fellow in neuroscience.

...For each grade level, the standard states that the student is expected to "Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking." Of course, the specifics vary by grade level. I utilize the materials from the student's class to advance his/her grammar skills. Most students find geometry to be more abstract and challenging than algebra.

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