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Algebra is the basis of all symbolic variable mathematics, in which the exact value of one or more unknown quantities is obtained by logical, methodical manipulation of known relationships. Algebra 1 introduces the rules governing this manipulation, as well as other mathematical ideas you may not have seen yet. (Turns out you CAN take the square root of a negative number!) On a personal note: believe it or not, I didn't think I was very good at math until I took algebra in the eighth grade. Perhaps you, too, have found math up to this point pointless and boring--how many times must one regur [more]

I spent 12 years teaching in the CCSD. I taught Middle School (8th grade) Algebra and Pre Algebra. I have a Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics in addition to the Education courses required for certification. I also taught at the high school level. Middle school can be a challenging time for students, and I feel I developed a variety of teaching modalities to reach students regardless of their ability level I spent 12 years teaching in the CCSD. I taught Middle School (8th grade) Algebra and Pre Algebra. I have a Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics in addition to the Education courses requir [more]

I applied for the academy of Math, Science, and Engineering when I went to high school, and in college, I held a science major before switching to Liberal Studies to become an educator. I also take time in the day to answer other students' mathematical questions in the resources section of WyzAnt. I have graduated college with a degree in Liberal Studies, which gives me a wide breadth of topics that I have learned about, from arithmetic to theater. I have been certified with a 30-day emergency substitute teacher credential and taken many post-graduate courses towards elementary teaching. I h [more]

My name is Jerry and I've been tutoring all levels of HS and college Math and Physics for the past 7 years. I enjoy helping students, and my students like the way I explain hard to understand concepts in Math and Physics. I believe in a "simplistic" approach to teaching Math and Physics. I strive to teach Math and Physics without a lot of theoretical jargon and I teach a methodical approach to solving problems. While at the University of Arizona, I majored in Nuclear Engineering; I have a... [more]

Hi, I'm Jason! I am an undergraduate student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) majoring in Business Administration, with an emphasis on Information Management. I graduated from Northwest Career and Technical Academy with an Advanced Honors Diploma, specializing in Engineering and Design. Whether you compete in a sport, play an instrument, or try to perfect cooking a meal, practice is everything. I find it incredibly valuable to engage hands-on with any material that I am learning ... [more]

"We learn more by looking for the answer to a question and not finding it than we do from learning the answer itself." -Lloyd Alexander First, Wyzant is filled with exceptional tutors so it's pretty tough to go wrong on here! The art of tutoring is as diverse and unique as the individuals who undertake it. I know tutors who are subject area experts, able to effortlessly and expertly assist students in a select few areas. On the other hand you have tutors that are good at a variety of subje... [more]

I've loved Math all my life. I completed a BS Mechanical Engineering and an MBA. In those degrees I've studied a wide variety of math topics from Algebra, Calculus, and Statistics. I began teaching Math a few years ago, both middle and high school. I am currently a licensed teacher in Clark County. I like teaching, but I love tutoring. As a teacher, not all the students want to learn, but as a tutor, the student typically wants to learn. Also as a tutor, it's great to see the resu... [more]

I have experience teaching and tutoring physics and calculus, as well as all other levels of mathematics from pre-algebra through linear algebra and differential equations and teaching English to foreign students. I enjoy helping individuals learn and grow in their educational process. My university students have shown very high success, higher than those of any other faculty member in the field at the Univ. of Illinois at Chicago. I have taught Calculus as a part of teaching physics at... [more]

I graduated from Kent State University with a Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology, with a secondary major of Pre-medicine, Summa Cum Laude, in just three years. I also scored above the 90th percentile when I took the MCAT exam following graduation. I haven taken extensive coursework in areas of biology including molecular biology, eukaryotic & cellular biology, genetics & physiology, molecular mechanisms of cancer, along with courses in evolution and animal behavior. In addition, I hav... [more]

I love to teach Algebra. I have taught Algebra at the University of Phoenix for over 11 years and have tutored the subject for many more years. I use handouts for my students that make solving Algebra problems much easier and will always come to the correct solution. I love to graph and show the student that there are only 4 formulas to remember to graph any problem. I have taught math and financial planning for 14 years at the University of Phoenix at Las Vegas. I love to teach and tutor students in Math. The process of learning the necessary steps of solving problems is the "Key" to learni [more]

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