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Harold T.
...Intel employs more computer engineers than any other company in the USA. I have used MS Publisher frequently for the past 12 years to create newsletters. I know when to use MS Word vs.
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50 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, statistics, geometry
Harold T.
$65.00/hr
Mckinney, TX
Ingrid H.
...Geometry problems are based on figures and real-world applications. I can help students make sense of those postulates and theorems! As a high school algebra and geometry I know what skills are required to be successful in high school.
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10 Subjects: including SAT math, geometry, ASVAB, algebra 1
Ingrid H.
$55.00/hr
Plano, TX
Drew B.
...I have visited nearly every state in the United States, except distant states like Hawaii and Alaska. I even lived a few years with my family in Mexico. My siblings and I had a great opportunity to see much of the world.
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39 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, Spanish, reading
Drew B.
$65.00/hr
Mckinney, TX
Harriet B.
...I will complete my third graduate certificate this semester in Information Technology (IT) Fundamentals. I have also received two certifications from the American Society of Quality in 2010. The first certificate was a Certified Manager of Quality / Operations Excellence and the second was a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt.
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34 Subjects: including SAT math, writing, ASVAB, algebra 1
Harriet B.
$100.00/hr
Mckinney, TX
Bruce H.
...Word problems are a particular challenge for a number of students for whom the following steps must first be modeled: 1) drawing an appropriate diagram, if required, 2) establishing the correct algebraic representation(s) for the unknown(s) and then using this information to label the correct pa...
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17 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, ASVAB, geometry
Bruce H.
$40.00/hr
Richardson, TX
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