Roger M. - $60.00/hr - San Jose, CA - View Roger M. >>

...I also find real-world applications for the Precalculus/Math Analysis concepts whenever possible, so students see how relevant math is in their lives. Precalculus/Math Analysis is more challenging than Algebra 2/Math 3/Trigonometry and covers more topics so I always tell my students that they sh... (read more)
**6 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Calculus,
Geometry,
Algebra 1

Peter A. - $60.00/hr - Pebble Beach, CA - View Peter A. >>

...The C shell and Bourne, K shells are also taught in my class along with both Linux and older BSD Unix commands. These, I find, are necessary for the Minix memory project students have to complete in my course. 'Hacking' Minix and measuring memory performance improvement is the key principle in m... (read more)
**58 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Chemistry,
Calculus,
Physics

Abraham G. - $65.00/hr - San Jose, CA - View Abraham G. >>

...In many presentations, I designed and built 2D/3D graphics and animation programs to stress deeper understanding on some projects. Students in upper grades get to build projects ranging from compound microscope to solar dish framing to digital thermometers all using recycled materials from spent... (read more)
**63 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Chemistry,
Reading,
English

James E. - $50.00/hr - San Jose, CA - View James E. >>

...I have taught this class at several high schools and many, many times in college. My pre-calculus students are positively prepared for calculus. I not only have extensive work experience using Java in products with large code bases, but I also have experience designing and giving classes to students from high school to working engineers wanting to learn the subject. (read more)
**16 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Chemistry,
Calculus,
Physics

Wesley E. - $120.00/hr - Santa Clara, CA - View Wesley E. >>

...Geometry involves the study of shapes, sizes, and relative positions. In high school geometry students study lines, parallel lines, triangles, circles, and angles. This is often a students first introduction to proof and many find this to be quite difficult since they are used to dealing with numbers and not abstract concepts. (read more)
**20 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Calculus,
Physics,
Algebra 2

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