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Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.94 52 ratings

Precalculus is the gateway to calculus. This means a firm foundation in these topics is crucial for continuing on. The first set of knowledge is trigonometric equations and identities. There is some memorization involved when it comes to the many identities and the unit circle; however, once you start getting the hang of it, it can be quite fun (if you like puzzles, like me). For the sake of brevity, the remaining topics include vectors, matrices, imaginary and complex numbers, probability and combinatorics, sequences, series, and induction. Phew... I know it seems like a lot, but each of thes [more]

Precalculus completes the formal study of the elementary functions begun in Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. Students focus on the use of technology, modeling, and problem solving involving data analysis, trigonometric and circular functions, their inverses, polar coordinates, complex numbers, conics, and quadratic relations. Discrete topics include the Principles of Mathematical Induction, the Binomial Theorem, and sequences and series. In Arkansas there is also ACTM compettion that students can participate in and win trophies and Scholarship money towards College. [more]

Hello, I have been a high school math teacher for the past 9 years. This is my first year off of teaching to stay home with my children, but I love education so much that I want to continue by tutoring! I have worked with all levels of students, and all levels of high school math. I love helping students understand math, and I usually have two or three ways to explain a concept if the first isn't making sense. I absolutely love problem solving and think of math as a puzzle to be solved. I ... [more]

Hello! My name is Pranay P. and my passion is Math, but I love science just as much. I am a currently an employee at Walmart as a Programmer and graduated with a Computer Science degree. I have taken Calculus 2 (MATH 20B), AP Calculus AB, AP Statistics, and AP Physics C: Mechanics in high school, passing with a score of 5 in all 3. I also took 5 other AP courses in high school, and got a mixture of 4s and 5s on all of them. My main strength is Math, but I am proficient in science, mainly in c... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

4.82 17 ratings

Pre-Cal takes the material covered by Trigonometry and Algebra 2 and combines them. This can be very troubling for students. I have my degree in Mathematics from the University of Arkansas. Before I came to the U of A I was a student at Rogers High School. I loved math even back then. My junior year of high school I took College Algebra, College Trig, and Pre-Cal. My senior year of high school I took AP Cal and AP Stat. I have been tutoring for about 3 years now. I have tutored everything from elementary math all the way up to Calculus 1. I have even helped a student bring their grade from a [more]

I have always loved teaching. As a gymnastics teacher at the YMCA in my hometown, my favorite part of teaching was watching the young kids have the sudden "lightbulb" moment and accompanying improvement. As I began tutoring middle school children as a part of my National Honor Society requirements, I realized that I enjoy teaching from an academic standpoint as well. I also began tutoring Honors and A.P. Chemistry students during my senior year of high school. The thing that makes me a good ... [more]

I have been teaching since the 1980's and am now retired. My experience includes many years as a contractor and consultant in the high tech industry. Throughout my career, I have continually updated my skills to be current. Recently I have taken graduate level courses in physics, chemistry, engineering and nanoscience so I could have the most up-to-date information to help my potential students plan their futures. I'm personable, easy to know and willing to go the extra mile in helping stu... [more]

Hi. I have loved math for as long as I can remember. My parents bought me a math game at 3 and I have been in love ever since. Though my love for math may not have been truly organic ( my parents planted the seed and it grew into a passion), I truly love it. I spent 6 years in college learning more about my passion. I am now an analyst for one of the top retailers in the world and get to use my expertise every day. While I was in graduate school, I had the pleasure of teaching college a... [more]

I have extensive background in tutoring students of a wide range of ages. My experience working at the Kumon Learning Center in Princeton has helped me to become well-trained in working with a variety of students. I double majored in economics and German. I have a thorough understanding of micro- and macroeconomic theories, statistics, econometrics, and calculus. I have also lived and worked for a couple of years in Germany, and, in combination with my study of the German language, I am fluen... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.59 22 ratings

I studied math at the U of A and tutored it all through college. My students, then, were adults going back to school for a second career and/or getting a delayed degree. The biggest stumbling block for them was "anxiety" with the subject and/or tests coupled with a deficiency in basic math concepts. Often, there was a failure, on the part of instructors to present the lessons for more than one type of learner. In most cases, over the years, I have noticed that this still holds true with adults as well as children/teenagers. Math is my favorite subject. I, personally, struggled with Calculus in [more]

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