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...I have also taught this subject for several other program, as well as having tutored in the subject since 1994. I taught pre-calculus at Notre Dame Academy for several years. I have tutored and home-schooled (Laurel Springs and University of Oklahoma programs) in this subject since 1998.

...We have fun with proofs on popular topics such as parallel lines, congruent triangles, and CPCTC. Precalculus is a catchall of topics that need to be in place before going on to calculus. Included among these topics are conic sections, polar coordinates, vectors, matrices, and probability theory.

...My teaching experience includes the school classroom, tutoring a wide variety of academic subjects while in college, and teaching the card game bridge. My LSAT score was in the 99th percentile, and after graduating from a Top-20 law school, I passed the California bar on my first attempt. I believe in a student-oriented approach to teaching, as opposed to a "one size fits all" mentality.

...During my years there, I graded math tests in the engineering school ranging from pre-calculus to Calculus 1-3 as well as the higher courses of Differential Equations and Numerical Methods. I also provided tutoring in those classes. I was a teaching assistant in an introductory engineering class.

...By now it is expected to have solid algebra techniques developed in algebra I, which is where a lot of students need help. 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.

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