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Brad V. ...Particularly with the SAT, I have produced my own guides that I share with students; these include test-taking tips and strategies designed to serve as a starting point. Above all, I strive to help students build confidence in themselves, and to give them the tools that will eventually allow the...
8 Subjects: including algebra 1, economics, SAT math, SAT reading
$35.00/hr
Princeton Junction, NJ
Aaron O. ...In addition to my experience teaching world and U.S. history, I have experience teaching all major subjects as a high school teacher. I can tutor for anatomy being that I have studied it rigorously preparing to work in the healthcare field. Outside of the education field, I have experience work...
34 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, reading, writing
$50.00/hr
Trenton, NJ
Diane O. ...That couldn't be further from the truth. The writing section includes sentence correction, sentence error identification and essay corrections. Many students have developed bad habits in regard to grammar and the lessons are exceptionally important to developing some new habits.
43 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, English, reading
$55.00/hr
Hillsborough, NJ
Adnan G. I completed my master's in education in 2012 and having this degree has greatly impacted the way I teach. Before this degree, I earned my bachelor's in engineering but switched to teaching because this is what I do with passion. I started teaching in August 2000 and my unique educational backgroun...
12 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, calculus, physics
$48.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Thomas H. ...The coefficient for a^3b^2 is 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 10. Now because of the symmetry of the situation, we have the answer already: (a + b)^5 = a^5 + 5a^4b + 10a^3b^2 + 10a^2b^3 + 5ab^4 + b^5Similarly, when expanding (a + b)^6 we see easily that it begins with a^6 + 6a^5b + ... Then with a similar diagram we see that the coefficient of a^4b^2 is 5 + 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 15. What about the a^3b^3 term?
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, precalculus
$30.00/hr
New Brunswick, NJ

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