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I have been teaching for 16 years and I am currently teaching Algebra 2 at a High School in Mesa. In the past I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Honors Geometry, College Algebra & Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus as well as Algebra 2. I have a Bachelors degree in Mathematics with a minor in Computer Science.

...I am also proficient in Calculus. I have a passion for Math and am enthusiastic tutor with a lot of patience. I understand that Math is difficult for many students, but truly believe, that I can help anyone master this subject. ? Location: NorthWest Tucson/Oro ValleyI am qualified to teach every area in Geometry, including Trigonometry.

...The basic ratios are sin, cos and tan and their reciprocals are csc, sec and cot, respectively. Relationships are developed among these ratios as well as the law of sins and the law of cosines which are used to resolve all the sides and angles of any triangle. A thorough knowledge of **trigonometry** is needed for the study of calculus which is the mathematics of motion.

I have taught 4 years of math at a local high school. During that time I used extra time to help my students before and after school to master the topics we covered in class. I love taking a complicated subject and explaining it in a way that all my students could understand.

...I can demonstrate principles, like properties of imaginary numbers, through both paper graphing and movement, so I access multiple learning styles. This is actually, innately, my best subject. I certified to teach all 8-12 grade sciences at the UTeach certification program at the University of ...

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