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John D. ...Pre-Calculus is a wonderful bridge between Algebraic concepts and Calculus applications. Much of this course requires the use of a calculator with trigonometric functions. This course also continues where Geometry left off by providing a new twist on proofs.
9 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Mill Valley, CA
Fred W. ...I'm looking forward to helping you pass with flying colors!While tutoring and teaching math and science for over 9 years, I have tutored students in a range of math subjects, including Algebra 1. I have been tutoring students in a range of math subjects, including Algebra 2 for over 9 years. For the past two years, I have been teaching a math enrichment class.
43 Subjects: including trigonometry, Spanish, public speaking, GRE
Berkeley, CA
Elena A. ...My friend and I are available as a package deal to cover all aspects of the SAT (math, reading and writing) for those who wish to improve their score. I passed out of all required writing classes in UC Berkeley because I received 5's on both AP Literature and AP Composition tests (as well as A's...
21 Subjects: including trigonometry, Spanish, reading, English
Berkeley, CA
Josh J. ...This includes Honors Algebra II/Trigonometry curricula. We used Blitzer (the book with the chili pepper on the cover). I know the material inside-out. As an education consultant for Chicago Public Schools, I designed curricula for all upper level honors math courses, including AP Calculus, and my syllabus was endorsed by the College Board.
21 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
San Francisco, CA
Paul W. ...In addition, I show ways to transfer these concepts to a range of applications. This serves you better than merely answering the specific question or problem at hand. I work with you to develop the ability to understand and to define the immediate problem, to identify potential routes of solving the problem, to solve the problem itself, and then to critically evaluate the answer.
14 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, calculus, statistics
Richmond, CA

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