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Mark R.
...This is where I gained my first exposure to carrying out proofs, which inspired me to specialize in Mathematics altogether. I learned a great deal in high school, but still took a specific course in college to take it to the next level. A full understanding of Trigonometry is needed in order to be fully successful in Calculus.
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10 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Mark R.
$35.00/hr
Plymouth Meeting, PA
Rich K.
...I have a proven track record of increasing students' ACT and SAT scores and improving their skills. My approach is tailored specifically to the student, so no two programs are alike. My expertise allows me to quickly identify students' problem areas and most effectively address these in the shortest amount of time possible.
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19 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, statistics, geometry
Rich K.
$100.00/hr
Glen Mills, PA
Brian G.
Hello! I am in my final year of study as a Physics and Math double major at Drexel University in Philadelphia. I have been tutoring in Drexel's Math Resource Center (MRC) for 3 years now (subjects include Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Single and Multivariable Calculus, and some higher level classes as well) and have also been tutoring privately on and off during this time period as well.
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9 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, algebra 2, SAT math
Brian G.
$40.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Bill M.
...The concepts you learn are the ?tools,? and any problem you come across can be solved using a combination of these tools. So every math problem boils down to two questions: Which tools should I use, and in what order? It is important for students first to understand the concepts (tools), then learn how to use them in specific contexts, and finally to generalize.
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10 Subjects: including trigonometry, physics, calculus, geometry
Bill M.
$65.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Johnny G.
...I am looking forward to helping you understand and gain the confidence to achieve more in your education.As a math major I take particular interest in Poker and its statistical components. I have been playing for over 7 years. I do play regularly at local casinos as well as in house.
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29 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, calculus, Spanish
Johnny G.
$50.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
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