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...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.

...I am experienced with the curriculum the local districts use and have a lot of supplemental work to help with remediation if needed. I also have experience helping students do well on state and college entrance tests like the SAT. During a typical tutoring session, I will first help the student finish any homework assignment or prepare for a test.

...This is where I started my tutoring--and I haven't stopped. Onward and upward, KathrynAlgebra II is probably my favorite subject, because it builds your mathematical intuition. There's nothing quite like determining end-behavior of polynomial functions!

...I've tutored dozens of students in all levels of Math, most sciences, and the other fundamental academic subjects. The former are my specialties; however, I also enjoy tutoring German Language & Literature, Violin, Viola, and Music Theory. My teaching style centers around a balanced set of prin...

...I have more than 40 units of mathematics in my transcript all with grade A. I got my AA in mathematics from Chaffey College and I also awarded from mathematics department of Chaffey College for outstanding Calculus student. I used to work in the Chaffey College as a Supplemental Instruction Leader which helps students in algebra to get better grades.

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