...Each set of functions has unique properties that make them useful in different ways.
3. Know how to transform functions. Basically this is taking one function and turning it into another through a set of manipulations—shifts, stretches, and compressions. (read more)
...Two and a half of those years were spent tutoring college students at Sacramento City College. I am qualified to tutor Algebra 2 because I have taken the course at a college level and passed it with an A. I have been tutoring this subject for two years at Sacramento City College. (read more)
I have had a variety of work experience in government and private industry, primarily in computers(software)/mathematics. My college degrees are B.A. (math) and M.S. (math); early in my career, I obtained a substitute-teaching credential for California community (two-year) colleges. I have tutored students in high school math and at the two-year college level. (read more)
...I also attended California State University, San Marcos as a graduate student in Mathematics; the degree is incomplete and I discontinued the program. I've been tutoring since December 2013. I've tutored all ages, K through college. (read more)