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Edward P. ...Trigonometry has many applications. The word problems in a trigonometry course challenge students by drawing from applications such as navigation, surveying, constructing models of periodic behavior and simple harmonic motion. My tutoring approach focuses on making sure a student learns the fundamentals and realizes how often the fundamentals appear in the solution of problems.
68 Subjects: including algebra 1, ACT Math, Spanish, precalculus
$65.00/hr
Barrington, IL
John T. ...It is all about finding that area or subject that appeals to you most. I have seen many students come and go over the years, but not one has said that they left my class bored or that I was not passionate about the subject matter. Mathematics and/or mathematical reasoning is not only important but a necessary skill to have in the workplace and for everyday living.
13 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra, discrete math
$25.00/hr
Gurnee, IL
James H. ...I have experience tutoring statistics, and can help with spreadsheets and computer programming. I have helped students at all levels and abilities catch up and do better. Please e-mail me if you have any questions.I have taken organic chemistry at UCSB and advanced organic chemistry at CSUF.
20 Subjects: including discrete math, differential equations, algebra 1, algebra 2
$70.00/hr
Highland Park, IL
Robert J. ...I am also a very patient person and very good at motivating my students to do well. I am especially good with students in grades 3-8 in math, social studies, and language arts.Earned an A in equivalent Algebra II class College Algebra at CLC. I am qualified to tutor Elementary K-6th because I have passed student teaching for a 4th/5th grade combined RtI class.
19 Subjects: including algebra 1, writing, business, public speaking
$35.00/hr
Lake Villa, IL
Margaret B. ...For example, when we say x=2, everybody *just knows* that we're talking about a single x equaling 2. 1x is written as x. Because it's more "efficient." (Sounds better than saying "lazy", doesn't it?) Once the language of algebra becomes comfortable, we can start playing around with it, which leads us to the wild world of algebra. Fun with Triangles!
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, prealgebra
$90.00/hr
Elgin, IL

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