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...I show the student how to use easy, logical, and intuitive formulas for finding the arc length of a circle and the area of a sector. We derive and work with trig formulas such as the sin and cos of a sum or difference, half angle, and double angle. And, I show the student quick and easy ways to graph all of the six trig functions.

...I have a Masters of Science Education and have taught for 28 years, both in California and in Asia. I have taught and tutored students from Kindergarten to the University level. I can help your student in Chemistry, Algebra I Algebra II, Physics, Earth Science, Biology, Geometry, K- Middle School subjects, Spanish I & II, test preparation among many other subjects.

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...I was a teaching assistant in an introductory engineering class. I have also done a course in cadet teaching in which I taught math to 5th graders. I believe there is more than one way to explain math concepts so that if a student doesn't grasp the way it is presented in class, I can find an alternate way of explaining it.

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