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Janet B. ...Receiving much needed help in a more relaxed manner, our conscious minds are made aware of possible solutions! I have taught and tutored precalculus for years - along with so much other math. I love precalculus in that it covers trigonometry in detail, advances algebra to new heights, and covers new ways of thinking about arrangements of numbers using polar coordinates.
20 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, GRE
Crowley, TX
Michael H. ...My tutoring philosophy is to spend whatever time is required for the student to thoroughly understand the material. In math and science, it is especially important to understand the concepts rather than memorizing a set of steps necessary to solve a specific problem. I am also very good at relating what is learned in the classroom to the real world.
54 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, English, writing
Arlington, TX
Lance P. Greetings, I am thankful to work for WyzAnt, providing quality math tutorial services for four years now. My goal is to make mathematics understandable, fun, and enjoyable to ensure that you or your child succeeds, experiences empowerment, and achieves their learning ambitions. I offer you an int...
40 Subjects: including statistics, reading, algebra 1, English
Fort Worth, TX
P. Francis P. ...I moved to the DFW area in 2013 in pursuit of better career opportunities, and shortly thereafter, accepted the position that I currently work at now. I collaborate with Biomedical Engineering students at UTA on their senior design projects in my free time, and I also actively tutor from time to...
28 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
Arlington, TX
Garnet H. ...I have taken over two years of programming in Pascal and a year of programming in C. The proverbial theory is that once you've learned one programming language, learning a second one is trivial. I don't fully subscribe to this theory, but C and Pascal are so similar in structure and syntax that it feels as though I've taken over three years of programming in both.
44 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, C, ACT Math
Richardson, TX

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