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...Years ago, I began working with Sarkis Family Psychiatry who have been leaders in teaching people what it really means to be ADHD and how to be conscious of it. They have written many best selling books and many of their methods do not require medication. ADHD is no disorder at all, merely a different way of learning/thinking.

...I also take the opportunity to introduce students to the functionality of the graphing calculator; it's the skill that would serve them well now, and in the future. Other areas that I address are test taking skills and better studying skills. There are many different methods learned in Algebra 1.

...My basic method was to make sure they understood what slopes and intercepts were and how they worked before moving on to show how different forms of the basic Y = mX + b linear equations, (including the point slope, and two point method) were evolved. I have a BS degree in Math from Michigan Sta...

...Real Numbers and Algebraic Expressions Equations, Inequalities and Problem Solving Graphs and Functions Rational Expressions Rational Exponents, Radicals and Complex Numbers Quadratic Equations and Functions Probability and Statistics Function Operations Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Syst...

...Those practice books contain the right mix of geometry, algebra, probability, etc. I usually work through such books with my SAT math students, giving them supplemental information in those areas where they need extra help. I have helped several people with the math section of the ASVAB test, b...

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