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Oren S.
...Additionally, I am familiar with the MCPS curriculum. Trigonometry is the study of the circular functions, and it is all about triangles. I have experience with trigonometry.
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20 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, GRE
Oren S.
$40.00/hr
Bethesda, MD
Chloe S.
...I'm more than happy to meet in home or at a library or coffee shop. I look forward to working with you or your child!I've tutored Calculus for about 5 years now. Most of my calculus students have been high school seniors, but some are high-achieving sophomores and juniors.
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21 Subjects: including calculus, Spanish, reading, physics
Chloe S.
$60.00/hr
Fairfax, VA
Andrez A.
...I really enjoy learning and solving problems. I also enjoy writing and helping others to write well. I am willing to travel somewhat around the NOVA area and preferably around Fairfax or Woodbridge/Dumfries.
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34 Subjects: including calculus, reading, writing, English
Andrez A.
$35.00/hr
Fairfax, VA
John T.
...I have 20 years of experience with probability, including teaching probability. I have taught probability and statistics at the college level, more than once, and I can help you with the basics or with advanced topics. If you are taking a first course, I can help you with the details of coin flips, dice, cards, binomial distributions, and bell curves.
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25 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, statistics
John T.
$80.00/hr
Washington, DC
Elizabeth T.
...In many math classrooms today, teachers show their students one way to solve a problem, and then the students simply mimic a series of steps. This approach does not promote conceptual understanding! Students need to be able to think critically and creatively when they face a new problem.
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16 Subjects: including calculus, English, writing, geometry
Elizabeth T.
$70.00/hr
Washington, DC
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