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Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

4.86 400 ratings

Mastering Algebra 2 is key to success in all future math classes, especially Calculus. I have taught Algebra 2 in high schools and colleges over many years. I am very familiar with the high school curriculum and am very good at helping students understand new concepts. Experienced and patient Math tutor I recently retired from a career in aerospace engineering. I hold an M.S. in math and a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering from Stanford University. I can help you in upper level high school and college level math as well as algebra, and precalculus. I have taught math at the high school and co [more]

Beyond a thorough review on basic Algebra I concepts at the beginning of the an Alg II textbook, core Algebra II curriculum includes basic operations with Matrices: ?, scalar products, products, & inverses; graphing families of functions; polynomials: synthetic division for polynomials; rational roots for polynomials in second degree and higher; the binomials Theorem; system of 2 by 2 or 3 by 3 linear equations via matrix; basic operations with complex numbers; composite & inverse functions; exponential and log functions; conics; sequences & series; periodic functions and trigonometry. This i [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$54 per hour.

4.86 580 ratings

I have taught this subject to students from ages 13 to 57, and I realize how difficult it can seem. So I work on improving not only students' understanding of the subject but also their confidence in it, to ensure that what they learn they will also retain for future use. Tutoring is an act of observation. It succeeds where normal instruction fails because it is geared toward a student's particular strengths. My best experiences as a tutor have been with the students who needed me most, learning how they needed to learn. I have been a tutor in one setting or another since childhood. As an [more]

Math can be tough. Indeed, learning how to deal with the mental knots frustration we tie ourselves in is just as important as understanding how to determine the end behavior of cubic functions. With my holistic approach, I help my students with the math, yes, but I help them even more to learn how to teach themselves. This is my gift. Kathryn is a professional private tutor and Effective Altruist who spends her life helping students understand tough concepts in math, science, English, and critical reading while fostering the mindful communication skills that her students need in order to under [more]

I have extensive tutoring experience in high school math, including a year in which I taught a blind student Algebra II/Trigonometry using a braille textbook. I'm a graduate of U.C. Berkeley (Chemistry) and Stanford (M.S., Chemistry), and I've taught in high school and university classrooms and tutored privately since 1992. When I was at Stanford, my students gave me a teaching (T.A.) rating of 4.93/5.00, and I'm currently credentialed as a science and math teacher. While I was designing the ACT prep class at Oklahoma Christian School, a student asked me to help him get a perfect score of 36. [more]

I am a highly successful high school physics and earth science teacher and tutor since 1996. I have been certified to teach physics and earth science/geosciences in three states including California. Courses that I have taught include Conceptual Physics, General Physics, Honors Physics, Advanced Placement Physics (both Calculus and non-Calculus based), Advanced Topics in Physics, Astronomy, Earth Science/Geoscience, Meteorology, Oceanography, Algebra Readiness, Algebra I, Algebra II and Pre... [more]

I have accomplished an associate degree in general studies of mathematics and science, and had a one year of tutoring math experience at Rio Hondo College. Algebra is one of my favorite math subjects, and I tutor both Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. Though Algebra 2 (Intermediate Algebra) involves more functions and systems of equations, I will slowly walk you through all the key terms with more simple explanation of some confusing concepts of Algebra. I am Siwei, I graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor's degree in French, and from Rio Hondo College with an Associate's degree in Math and Science [more]

Hi, I'm Alex! I majored in math at the University of Chicago, and recently obtained my PhD in pure math from UC Berkeley. Learning and teaching math have always been huge passions of mine- I love when I can get a student to engage with and explore an interesting math problem. I have experience working with students from 6th grade to seniors in college. I have tutored algebra 1 and geometry, and have TA'd for upper level math courses including calculus and linear algebra. I've also led sess... [more]

When I began tutoring a few years ago, I firmly believed that anyone could do well in mathematics, all the way through Calculus, provided you are relatively fluent in a few formulas and make time for regular problem sets. My experience over that time has only confirmed my suspicions, and its has been a great pleasure to work with many of my students. I have always found joy in getting to the point of a big concept and keeping the focus on the purposeful real-world applications that many of ... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$80 per hour.

4.83 463 ratings

Working with functions is a big part of Algebra 2. This includes the inverse of a function, function composition, Polynomial, Rational, Radical, Exponential, Logarithmic, and Trigonometric functions. Other concepts learned in Algebra 2 are conic sections: Parabolas, Ellipses, and Hyperbolas, sequences and series, and many others. I teach my students graphing these functions, including transformations, and how to understand the behavior of the function by analyzing its equation and graph. I also teach them how to use the graphing calculator - a very helpful and necessary skill, when working wi [more]

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