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Christina A. ...I'm currently a graduate student at CSUEB studying Mathematics. I plan on teaching at the community college level after I get my degree. I have been tutoring for 4 years.
8 Subjects: including Prealgebra, Reading, Algebra 1, Algebra 2
$55.00/hr
Alameda, CA
Kwa D. ...I am happy to share with you my experience as well as my skills. I look forward to hearing from you.In Algebra 1 students will learn how to identify and do the operations on real numbers. Also, they will learn to know how to solve and graph the linear equations, inequalities and system of two equations and inequalities.
12 Subjects: including Prealgebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Algebra 1
$45.00/hr
Union City, CA
Elizabeth L. ...Majored in Computer Science and minored in Math. Tutored math when in college. Currently tutoring my own children who receive A's in math.
3 Subjects: including Prealgebra, Algebra 1, Elementary Math
$45.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Connor O. ...I scored a 33 on the Medical College Admissions Test, which places me in the 91st percentile for Pre-Medical students, with a composite score of 12 in Physical Sciences (95th percentile), 11 in Biological Sciences (88th percentile), and 10 in Verbal Reasoning (84th percentile). Additionally, in ...
29 Subjects: including Prealgebra, Chemistry, Reading, Biology
$60.00/hr
Atherton, CA
Violet C. ...Precalculus prepares students for calculus and explores topics which will be applied in calculus. The topics that are studied in precalculus are real and complex numbers; solving inequalities and equations; composite, polynomial, and rational functions; properties of functions; exponential and l...
42 Subjects: including Prealgebra, Chemistry, Reading, Biology
$70.00/hr
Pleasanton, CA

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