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Elinor L. ...I focus learning by approaching topics from the student's areas of interest. I've been an English teacher for more than five years, serving students from elementary through high school. I have a bachelor's degree in English from Cornell College.
19 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, elementary (k-6th)
$40.00/hr
Oceanside, CA
Rossina G. ...Geometry can be tricky if you don't start out knowing the basics very well. I'll help you practice and understand all the basics, so you can master more advanced geometry later down the road. Prealgebra takes elementary math a step further, as well as prepares you for the concepts in algebra.
4 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$50.00/hr
San Marcos, CA
Terri P. ...I have four degrees (AA, BA, MFA and PhD). I have a California Teaching credential, work as a substitute teacher (K-12) in San Diego and have taught younger students (5-16) in after school Drama and English workshops and projects for many years. I am a certified teacher and have been working in ...
28 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, writing
$40.00/hr
Carlsbad, CA
Bernardo F. I took a course on Discrete Mathematics as part of my distributed minor when pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Sciences. During my teaching career I've taught an equivalent course, Computational Mathematics, several times. I've also covered some of the topics of this subject within other courses, such as Network Flows, Calculus and Scientific Computing.
15 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, geometry, GRE
$49.00/hr
Carlsbad, CA
Bosko C. ...A: In regular 52-card deck there are 26 black cards (clubs and spades) and 26 red cards (hearts and diamonds). So, probability of drawing first red card is P1=26/52=1/2. Now, we have to draw second red card, but this time we have 25 red cards left inside the 51-card deck. So, probability of drawing second red card is P2=25/51.
16 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, algebra 2, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
San Marcos, CA

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