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Algebra 2 and College Algebra introduces concepts that lead to Precalculus. However, you need to be competent in the fundamentals of Algebra 1 before tackling Algebra 2 and Advance Algebra. I can informally assess each student's weaknesses in Algebra 1 and devise a remediation plan. Many skills taught in Algebra 2 are extension of Algebra 1 and Intermediate Algebra concepts. What can make learning Algebra 2 more difficult is the complexity of the numbers used in calculations and understanding the properties of nonlinear functions such as as quadratics and square roots. However, organizing [more]

I have had a long (30 years) and satisfying career in software development, but I was a math major in college. I helped my two daughters through their math classes, and they were always saying I should be a teacher. While I have enjoyed computer programming, math has always been my first love, and in particular, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. When I was a graduate student, I was assigned to teach a few classes, and also worked as a Teaching Assistant when I was an undergrad. If you need... [more]

A long time mathematician, I exhibited unusual talent from an early age, excelled in algebra during high school, scored in the top 6% on the SAT math section, and further developed my algebra skills in college. Throughout various careers, I have effectively applied my algebra skills toward streamlining my work. I have since used my knowledge of the K-12 math curriculum & current best instructional practices to successfully tutor many elementary, middle school, high school, and college students in algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, improving their algebraic thinking & preparing them well for [more]

I'm certified to teach all High School Mathematics in Texas and I'm an experienced Algebra 2 tutor. My goal is to provide a convenient and helpful service. My joy in my work comes from seeing students understand something for the first time, like how to pick, arrange and plug in the correct equations to create a solution to a physics problem! I'm a full time, online tutor committed to my students 9a-9p / 6 days a week and after 2:00 on Sundays. I do not have a set session length. For each student, I try to schedule enough time to cover that student's needs most of the time. For most stud... [more]

I am proficient at a wide area of technical subjects including various mathematics, physical sciences and engineering principles. I have 9 years of experience tutoring chemistry undergrads at the University of Texas at Austin and am dedicated to each of my student's success. I am a patient and effective communicator. I will pinpoint strengths and weaknesses in your child's study behavior and attune for these in order to provide a tailored learning experience geared towards your child's per... [more]

I have always enjoyed learning and education. I remember as a kid helping classmates understand certain concepts and having a feeling of satisfaction knowing I could teach something to someone else. My thirst for education has never ended. I grew up, went to college, studied electrical engineering for my undergraduate degree and worked designing computer chips for companies like Motorola and IBM. I eventually went back and received my master's degree in electrical engineering and worked at Sa... [more]

Hello, My name is Joe and I'm a licensed electrical engineer with passion for app development. I'm a former coding bootcamp instructor and I miss mentoring. I'm fluent in JavaScript and Python, including computer science fundamentals. I enjoy tutoring math and coding. I taught ESL many years and very comfortable teaching students whose native language is not English. I'm strictly focused on in-demand skills that have business value. ... [more]

I have received a Master of Arts degree in Pure Mathematics from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. With another Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematics and nineteen years of teaching experience at different schools, colleges, and universities, I am confident that my academic qualifications and personality are well suited for tutoring students in Mathematics courses. I try to bring my knowledge to my tutoring approach and do everything to make learning a pleasant experience ... [more]

I've had a lifelong love of math and science. I recall when I first started school at a boarding school in Guatemala that we were asked to state what we wanted to be when we grew up. I stated I wanted to be a scientist. Well, I did, in a way. I became a computer scientist. But I'm interested in almost all sciences and mathematics. I started college as a biology major thinking I'd get a degree in botany. Through the course of study, I changed my major to mathematics, and I got a B.S. in mat... [more]

Understanding algebraic concepts and their associated operations will be imperative if you intend to succeed in your future STEM classes and standardized exams. In fact, solving for unknown values is one of the core objectives of any natural science, (quantitative) social science, or mathematics course. Algebra II will introduce you to an additional range of methods, over and above those in Algebra I, in order to do so. Moreover, you will explore various types of advanced relationships (e.g., Conic Sections) and functions in this course that are incredibly useful in modeling experimental data. [more]

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