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Tyler L. ...I started working at Briggs and Stratton in August of 2016. My boss and I make up the engineering team and I love the added responsibilities that come with having a small engineering team. At Briggs and Stratton I perform testing that is witnessed by Underwritters Laboratories to ensure the product meets safety standards.
11 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, geometry, physics
$35.00/hr
Milwaukee, WI
Jason C. ...You will also learn the basic graphs of trig functions so that you can be able to graph them yourself, recognize them when you see them, and be able to write equations for them. Trigonometry also deals with a lot of identities, formulas that can be used to generate new pieces of information. Yo...
22 Subjects: including precalculus, Spanish, writing, piano
$25.00/hr
Milwaukee, WI
Sandra T. ...I have been tutoring this subject in community college for about two years. I usually have a full table of Calculus students while tutoring at the community college. While tutoring Calculus, I am able to describe the significance of a particular topic and relate it to real world applications such as the sciences, engineering, and business.
7 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, algebra 2, trigonometry
$40.00/hr
Wheeling, IL
Steve A. ...In that job, I had to be prepared on a daily basis to tutor on any subject within first- and second-semester chemistry and from beginning algebra to calculus and occasionally beyond. Finally, I taught geometry briefly at the high school level (Milwaukee Lutheran High School), and have taught a v...
13 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, statistics, geometry
$35.00/hr
Milwaukee, WI
Robert L. ...Multiplying fractions does not, and dividing by a fraction is just multiplying by the reciprocal. One topic covered in pre-calculus is the polar coordinate system. Using the definition of sine and cosine you can express the rectangular coordinates x and y as rcos(theta) and rsin(theta). Then, using the tangent and Pythagorean theorem, you can write polar coordinates in terms of rectangular.
26 Subjects: including precalculus, physics, calculus, algebra 1
$45.00/hr
Glencoe, IL

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