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Geometry, from the Greek for earth-measure, is one of the oldest branches of mathematics. It deals with the properties of lines, angles, and shapes, often deriving rigorous proofs from relatively few self-evident axioms. Analytical geometry puts the ideas from geometry into the context of algebra, specifically the x-y plane. I took a geometry class my sophomore year in high school and excelled. Hello there, prospective tutees! I love math and breathe physics, and work to infuse some of that enthusiasm into you, or your student. I have been tutoring in some form or fashion for over a d [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]

I have already developed a number of lesson plans for some topics in trigonometry in particular and geometry in general to introduce some very general ideas of wide usefulness in mathematics and the physical sciences--ideas that many instructors have not even developed for themselves. As an example, one such basic idea is that of the use of symmetry. 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 lea [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]

Geometry is one of the oldest branches of mathematics. It involves many shapes and angles. How they are related and the formulas to solve them I have on a handout sheet that allows the student to find the correct one very easy. One thing the Geometry requires are "Proofs." These can be hard to solve, but a few examples makes them easier. 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 learning all math subjects. I belie [more]

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I am currently a counselor and I enjoy helping people. I graduated from University of Hawaii with a Sociology degree. I played football in college and I enjoy playing basketball and lifting weights at the gym on my free time. I moved out here to Las Vegas right after I graduated college and my first job out here was a PSR worker who worked with foster kids. My nieces and nephews hated math because they struggled on how to solve problems. I would make it simpler for them to understand it and m... [more]

I have been a math teacher/tutor for over 10 years. I graduated from UC Berkeley, which is where I found my passion for teaching. I started assisting in classrooms and eventually ran small groups for various levels of math. I taught 7th and 8th-grade Pre-Algebra and Algebra I for 3 years in California before moving here to Las Vegas. I now mainly work as an independent tutor. While math is my forte, I do also assist with other subjects and general homework help. I am dedicated to helping my s... [more]

I am Cristina K. When I was a student, my favorite teacher told me one day: ?everything is difficult before it is easy.? I didn?t get it right away, but in time it became more and more clear for me that difficult materials are easy to learn or memorize when I understand them or when I make a correlation between them. I try to be logical, and any material that I find difficult to understand, I organize in my notebook. And I discovered something else very important for me at that time: in ord... [more]

Greetings, Personal development is a process that occurs at every stage of one?s life and allows one to realize a potential that arises within the heart of our boldest dreams. Tutoring offers a profound level of engagement, wherein both the student and the tutor define and refine goals along their pursuit of excellence. I agree with Howard Gardner?s conclusion that there are multiple learning styles, yet seek to define an accurate means to appeal to a student?s learning style in a man... [more]

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