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...I help students build simple, consistent routines. I teach them to pace study sessions to maximize focus. I also point out just how creative and visual they are and how that is an enormous asset.

...As far as my experience, I have had to help many students with it throughout the years. I find the way this class is taught in high school to be quite confusing for most people, since it includes a mixture of in-depth and not-in-depth-at-all material that is sure to throw people off. Ironically, my status as a non-native speaker puts me at an advantage over some native speakers in this area.

...I taught trigonometry for seven years, as part of my school's Algebra II and Pre**calculus** classes. Let me help you understand the relationships between angles and sides, degrees and radians, and the unit circle and other graphical representations of trigonometry. Trigonometry is actually quite beautiful when you fit all of the pieces together; I'd be happy to help you see that too.

...I am able to help students to understand Trigonometry and solve problems involving angles, lengths, sin, cos, tan, cot, sec, cosec, double and half angles, compound angles, products and sums, vectors and word problems. I am tutoring a 6th grader in elementary math and she is a honour student in ...

...I have used Linux regularly since 2008. My first distro was "Yellow Dog Linux" on a PPC Apple laptop. Since then I have used a number of Ubuntu variants, Gentoo, Arch, Debian, and the embedded platform OpenWRT.

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