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Susan S. ...I use both the unit circle and the right triangle approaches to learning about the trigonometric ratios, as appropriate to the situation. Beyond these basic ideas, study of trigonometry has three main parts: identities, in both proofs and equation solving; trig functions and their graphs; and ...
15 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, algebra 1, GED
$65.00/hr
Oakland, CA
Starfire S. ...I have a bachelor's degree in Physics from U.C. Berkeley. I taught Math and Physics at the Orinda Academy for 6 years.
12 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, physics, calculus
$60.00/hr
El Cerrito, CA
Elaine P. ...I enjoy working with all age groups and try to show others that learning can be fun!Algebra is one of my favorite subjects. I have lots of material available, some fun and some traditional. I look forward to hearing from you!
12 Subjects: including geometry, reading, English, algebra 2
$45.00/hr
Berkeley, CA
Brian O. ...In my professional career, I relied on geometry to help my job in finding optimal cutting from a piece of raw material. In order to be good at geometry one needs to be familiar with orientation, lines, figures, shapes, rotation, reflection, transforms and graphical method. Therefore the key to ...
10 Subjects: including geometry, Chinese, algebra 1, algebra 2
$35.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Will S. ...My geometry lessons focus on developing these logical thinking skills, which are applicable in every aspect of life! I ask lots of questions, and we don't just memorize formulas, but we think about WHY things work the way we do. My lessons are fun, thorough, and helpful for even the most math-phobic person!
41 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, physics, calculus
$119.00/hr
Oakland, CA

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