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Algebra 2 as a subject is the cornerstone for any student who wants to move on to a Precalculus and Calculus level. With the degree in Physical Sciences, I have been implementing algebra in my daily work for over 30 years. I really enjoy algebra 2 tutoring because it is dynamic and engaging. My name is Ljiljana and I am a math professor with an extensive teaching/tutoring experience. I explore different teaching methods to help my students succeed in math and school in general. My tutoring lately is focused on SAT preparation, and pre-calculus classes, however I am open to all math levels tu [more]

If you are looking to attend a college or university with an advantage, a solid foundation in Algebra 2 (a.k.a. intermediate algebra or Integrated Math 3) is truly a springboard to achieve this. Or if you're in college and struggling with intermediate or advanced algebra, get yourself on track to the top. It is so encouraging to succeed in the mathematics that explains, and even drives, much of our lives. Learn with one of the best: I've been teaching this subject for over 30 years and have taught hundreds of students to appreciate and enjoy this truly eloquent language of science and business [more]

I have been tutoring Algebra 2 students ever since my youngest son went to kindergarten in the fall of 2000. Algebra 2 understanding needs to be strong and deep for a student to succeed in Precalculus and Calculus. With that in mind, I aim to assist the student in knowing the principles behind the solution techniques we use in Algebra 2 rather than just memorizing "tricks" for each type of problem. Knowing the 'why" will help them tackle and solve problems in all of their future math endeavors. [more]

I taught math and physics at a private school in the Caribbean for 5th-12th graders, including Algebra II. I also have a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and an MBA degree. Algebra II is one of my favorite math subjects to teach. "A Better Approach to Education" My message is simple: The idea that math is hard is just an illusion. Math isn't difficult to understand, it just has to be presented correctly. Math isn't your problem, it's the way you've been taught to look at it. Once you learn to look at math the right way, you'll be surprised by how quickly you'll go from hating it to having fun. [more]

I am currently an Algebra 2 homeschool teacher for the Folsom Cordova Unified School District. And I?m also a tutor with over 10 years of Algebra 2 tutoring experience. I teach the subject five days a week, and I tutor it online every day. Teaching students all over the country has given me an opportunity to see how different regions teach the subject. I?ve learned different approaches to fundamentals found in Algebra, and I feel this is why I?m a very successful Algebra 2 tutor. Every student I work with receives thorough explanations which lead to a true understanding of the material. And th [more]

First read my Qualifications for Algebra I. Algebra II starts with an extensive review and more rigorous treatment of Algebra I. Then we continue with skill development. There is lots of exercise, but Algebra II gets more 'colorful' and interesting than the basics in Algebra I. Algebra I or Algebra II are where otherwise successful and capable students run astray. Here is where I see a lot of students, for the first time, faced with a subject that requires discipline and investment of time. Over the past five years I've worked with hundreds of students in math and statistics courses. Subjec [more]

Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus are all core parts of a solid mathematics education. I teach students all the tools they need to be successful and confident in math. This means teaching more than just the core concepts. It also means teaching students the logical process of analyzing, understanding, and thinking through a problem. This, above all else, increases a student's confidence and develops life-long math literacy. I am a mechanical engineering student about to graduate with a math minor. I love to teach and believe that a good tutoring relationship improves t [more]

Hello, Are you or your child having a problem in a subject? Well, my name is Eric and I'm here to help. As a Chemical Engineering major earning a double minor in Managerial Economics and Technology Management at UC Davis, I've had to take pretty much every class from Differential Equations to Philosophy, and everything in between. Trust me, I've been exactly where you are right now and I'm here to help you. Here's my story: I graduated Roseville High School in 2011 and decided that, instead ... [more]

I'm an engineer working at Intel Folsom since 2006. I have completed Masters in Engineering and currently pursuing PhD in engineering as well. I like maths the most as compared to other subjects because believe it or not Math is the easiest subject if you know the tricks to it. Guess what??!! I know the tricks. Not only I've got the tricks but I also posses a very high teaching skills as I'm from a family of 5 where all my siblings are teachers. Besides this I'm also teaching native language... [more]

I love learning, from the most simple of things to how to make my next meal taste more delicious, to grand things regarding the functioning and inner workings of the universe. I am highly motivated for my own knowledge, and endlessly enthusiastic towards those who likewise desire to obtain knowledge. There is no field of knowledge in which I lack interest, yet my areas of mastery are music and Mandarin Chinese. I have taught in China in a classroom for seven years and individually tutored... [more]

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