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Apurva B. ...My name is Apurva and I have been tutoring in various math subject for many years now. I have experience in all areas ranging from Algebra 1 to Pre-Calculus however my ease and passion lie in teaching Algebra 1. I am a student at UC Davis so I understand the difficulties students can have in learning directly from the teachers/professors.
2 Subjects: including algebra 1, prealgebra
Davis, CA
Melanie B. I have worked in education for over 17 years as a high school math teacher, private tutor, community college adjunct professor in mathematics, and an adult education teacher. I possess a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Irvine, in Economics with a Mathematics Minor. I also have a Secondary Single Subject Teaching Credential in Mathematics.
7 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, prealgebra
Davis, CA
Alan H. ...I started in high school with classmates and friends, currently I am a part-time math tutor at Sacramento City College. I have always loved tutoring and am currently seeking an education to become a high school teacher. Working with students and helping people learn and grow has always put a smile on my face.
6 Subjects: including trigonometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry
Davis, CA
Nob I. ...Introductory example: "Watashi No Hon" in Japanese. "Watashi" means "I" in English. "Hon" means "book" in English. "No" is the glue to combine Kanji and specifically possessive glue. It combines "I" with "book" in possessive manner. Therefore, "Watashi No Hon" means "My book". "Kare" means "He". "Kuruma" means "car". you would know how to say "His car" in Japanese.
4 Subjects: including algebra 1, prealgebra, Japanese, elementary math
Davis, CA
Chadwick R. ...I am currently taking time off to work before I go back to graduate school. I have tutored several different physics courses, math courses and introductory chemistry. Many upper division physics courses often use algebra and geometry.
12 Subjects: including precalculus, trigonometry, SAT math, elementary math
Davis, CA

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