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Tom L. ...I have also dealt poker in Las Vegas, including the World Series of Poker. I have played against the best in the game. I have an MBA, and I have worked in the business world for 31 years.
20 Subjects: including trigonometry, writing, statistics, geometry
$49.00/hr
Gainesville, GA
Nika D. ...I have coached high school students for the math portion of SAT. I use test prep material and online practice tests to help students prepare for the SAT. I took the TOEFL test for my college application several years ago and scored a 647 on the PBT.
14 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, statistics, algebra 2
$65.00/hr
Alpharetta, GA
Ashley W. ...It is easy to see why the theories work if you break them down and use a lot of practical examples. Unfortunately, the reason students hate geometry is proofs. You have to memorize a lot of vocabulary and get used to math terminology like theta, subtend and pythagorean.
12 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
$75.00/hr
Alpharetta, GA
R Bruce N. ...Algebra 2 kicks in with much more powerful analysis tools to describe and evaluate real-life situations in hundreds of scientific disciplines. It is a must for those following the sciences - but can intimidate if the core concepts aren't fully mastered. Getting a solid grounding in core concepts is the key to turning Algebra 2 from a scary snake into an inoffensive (but very useful) worm.
32 Subjects: including trigonometry, reading, calculus, physics
$48.00/hr
Buford, GA
Jerome T. ...When I was in high school I went to statewide math contests for two years and placed in the top ten both times. This algebra deals mostly with linear functions. Algebra 2 is a more advanced, more complex version of algebra 1.
22 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, ASVAB
$45.00/hr
Dacula, GA

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