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Moheb H. ...I would like to help others learn the same thing, but of course, nobody is the same. People have different learning styles as some are visual learners and some are auditory. Nonetheless, I always enjoyed learning from teachers that brought energy and charisma to the table.
11 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, economics, precalculus
$25.00/hr
Missouri City, TX
Lawrence O. ...And I teach students to be at ease solving problems even without the use of a calculator. I studied Algebra to an advanced level in college. I have a lot of experience with numbers and I aim to bequeath my wards with the confidence to tackle Algebra problems.
4 Subjects: including algebra 1, GRE, algebra 2, SAT math
$55.00/hr
Pearland, TX
Michelle F. ...In addition I have competed at the district, region and state level for my high school. I know how to work many different drills for all ages, my own tennis coach commonly calls on me to help with his own lessons. I understand all the grips (continental, eastern etc.) as well as approach shots, volleys, lobs and a wide range of doubles strategies.
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, biology, algebra 2
$25.00/hr
Houston, TX
Dean L. ...I went from counseling to education when my family began a "special function" school, which specialized in teaching kids who didn't fit well into the mainstream of education. Because we only had a few teachers, all of us had to be able to teach all subjects, although, I specialized in math and s...
25 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, reading, ASVAB
$50.00/hr
Tomball, TX
Chanyalew B. ...Besides Pre Algebra, the most covered topic on the ACT math is Plane Geometry. The most important concepts about plane geometry are parallel lines are lines with the same slope and perpendicular lines are lines whose slopes are negative reciprocals. The area of a circle is Pi*r^2, the area of a triangle is 1/2*b*h, and the area of a rectangle is l*w.
35 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, physics, geometry
$35.00/hr
Houston, TX

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