Jaime F. - $75.00/hr - Arlington Heights, IL - View Jaime F. >>

...I'm also articulate and well-trained in English grammar, language, and literature, and consistently score 99%+ on various achievement and entrance exam verbal and reading comprehension tests. I'm available for in-person tutoring in the Chicagoland area, as well as online more generally. Thanks ... (read more)
**62 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Reading,
English,
Physics

Sandra T. - $40.00/hr - Wheeling, IL - View Sandra T. >>

...I have been tutoring this subject in community college for about three years. While tutoring Precalculus, I use a step-by-step approach for the transformation sections in order to make learning that section easier. I am able to make the Trigonometry portion of the subject less stressful. (read more)
**7 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Calculus,
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2

Rebekah R. - $50.00/hr - Milwaukee, WI - View Rebekah R. >>

...I believe every student can be successful in math. Having that one on one time will allow me to break down material so that the student can fully comprehend what they are struggling in. I think the one thing that makes me an outstanding math tutor, is that I am patient and easy to relate to. (read more)
**11 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Geometry,
Algebra 1,
SAT Math

Teko M. - $45.00/hr - Elk Grove Village, IL - View Teko M. >>

...Get me and you will live to be good at Math forever.I am originally from a soccer-loving nation in Africa, called Cameroon. I played in all positions growing up, starting as goalkeeper and defending, and turning into a midfielder/attacker by age 14. I captained the school team while in high school and later played for my university. (read more)
**16 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Chemistry,
Calculus,
French

Robert L. - $45.00/hr - Glencoe, IL - View Robert L. >>

...Multiplying fractions does not, and dividing by a fraction is just multiplying by the reciprocal. One topic covered in pre-calculus is the polar coordinate system. Using the definition of sine and cosine you can express the rectangular coordinates x and y as rcos(theta) and rsin(theta). Then, using the tangent and Pythagorean theorem, you can write polar coordinates in terms of rectangular. (read more)
**25 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Calculus,
Physics,
Geometry

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