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Edward P. ...The objective must be long-term memorization so that the definitions and skills learned can be recalled and applied throughout the student's study of calculus. My tutoring approach focuses on making sure a student learns the fundamentals and realizes how often the fundamentals appear in the solution of problems. I train students to break a problem into smaller problems.
68 Subjects: including algebra 2, English, chemistry, Spanish
$65.00/hr
Barrington, IL
Alysia R. ...And I am well aware of preparing for music auditions as well as playing exams. I am currently finishing up my junior year at the Chicago College of Performing Arts and plan on giving a recital sometime this fall. In the past and present I have tutored and mentored people of different age groups for piano.
27 Subjects: including algebra 2, reading, Spanish, writing
$55.00/hr
Glenview, IL
Jason P. I have ten years experience tutoring high school and college students in chemistry (organic, inorganic, physical or analytical), physics and mathematics (geometry, calculus and algebra) on both a one on one level as well as in big groups. My undergraduate was a major in chemistry with a minor in ma...
16 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, physics, calculus
$70.00/hr
Glenview, IL
Maja S. ...Since graduating, I've expanded the range of students I tutor from 5th grade math to college business calculus and discrete math. My goals with students are to help them become comfortable with basic math skills and to help them achieve a deeper understanding of the material. I have completed Discrete Math at the undergraduate and graduate level.
11 Subjects: including algebra 2, geometry, algebra 1, precalculus
$60.00/hr
Park Ridge, IL
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 algebra 2, physics, calculus, statistics
$65.00/hr
Glencoe, IL

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