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...I have also tutored students who have taken advanced courses as well. Geometry uses many properties and theorem to solve problems for angles, lines, triangles, and many more figures. I have taught pre-algebra to many students in the past.

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My name is Marty, and I would love to tutor your children in whatever they need help in. I majored in History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and also achieved an Associates in Science from Parkland Community College. For my Associates degree, I studied mostly chemistry and math, but also physics and biology.

*I tutor out of my office located in Wauconda, IL near 176 and Rand* Hello, I'm Matt and I have been a professional Math & ACT tutor for over 10 years. My background includes a bachelors of science in mathematics and a thorough work history at highly recognized tutoring agencies. Currently, I am a small business owner and I tutor out of my office in my free time.

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