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Tyler M. ...Everything from exponents to variables, this information can be a bit unwieldy at first. I focus on breaking down the concepts to smaller pieces to make them easy to absorb. Precalculus brings together several years worth of mathematical training and then adds even more.
10 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, statistics, algebra 1
$125.00/hr
Beverly Hills, CA
Randy B. ...Algebra 2 focuses on learning advanced functions like advanced quadratic, higher degree polynomial, exponential, & logarithmic functions. The key to mastering Algebra 2 is becoming familiar with the shapes of graphs, and knowing how the graphs evolve as we tinker with the different aspects of each function. Calculus is a challenging subject, even for experts.
22 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, physics, algebra 1
$140.00/hr
Van Nuys, CA
Giovanni R.
17 Subjects: including geometry, physics, calculus, statistics
$100.00/hr
Beverly Hills, CA
Gabriel N. I graduated Harvard University, class of 2014, 3.82 GPA. I was a contracted SAT/ACT tutor with Veritas Prep, Top Test Prep, and Varsity Tutors. I have experience tutoring middle and high school students. - graduated with High Honors in English from Harvard, Class of 2014, 3.83 GPA - significant co...
36 Subjects: including geometry, Spanish, reading, English
$85.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Evan W. ...I have helped almost 100 students over the years raise their score, sometimes by 100s of points. Having gotten perfect scores of 800 on practice tests myself I can transfer that know-how to your child and uncover what words or concepts they don't understand which would block them from full certa...
67 Subjects: including geometry, English, reading, writing
$85.00/hr
North Hollywood, CA

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