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Avi N. ...I can help you prepare for the math portion of the ACT test, including algebra, plane and coordinate geometry, and trigonometry. I can help you understand the number line, integers, fractions, decimals, exponents, percents, square roots, operations and their order, and ratios. I have Undergradu...
36 Subjects: including precalculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, GRE
Tenafly, NJ
Cheng H. ...The other parts like geometry, data analysis, probability, statistics are relatively easier than other parts. ACT math basically can be summarized by one sentence: Time limited, and with gradual difficulties to the end. The most difficult part might be trigonometry, but it only has 4 or 5 question, and mostly at the end.
16 Subjects: including algebra 2, linear algebra, logic, algebra 1
Flushing, NY
Bob A. As a math teacher, I have taught both middle school math and high school math (Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry). My method is to teach step by step how to solve a couple of problems and then have the student solve one with my help and then have the student solve one by him/herself. After the pro...
7 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, algebra 1, basketball
Bellerose, NY
Adam S. ...The ACT Math section is about two things: high school math and comfort with the style of ACT questions. I've been a math tutor for the ACT and other tests for 7 years, and I know exactly what is and isn't tested. I worked not only as a tutor at Kaplan but as a curriculum developer, so I've edited and written ACT-style Math questions.
63 Subjects: including algebra 1, trigonometry, ACT Math, reading
New York, NY
Anthony C. ...In the first scenario you could completely guess, you could know the trick or shortcut to the answer, or you could even accidentally get an answer right. This is all well and good, but what about the next question, and the one after that? How likely is it that you are going to get those correct while using the same methods?
6 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, geometry, physics
New York, NY

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