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In my experience, trigonometry is rarely a class in itself. Although it certainly could be, most school districts teach trigonometry during algebra two and/or pre-calculus. In my high school, trigonometry was introduced at the end of algebra two and finished up at the beginning of pre-calculus. Before making the transition from secondary mathematics to undergraduate level mathematics, it is very important that students understand all trigonometric concepts. In order to excel in calculus one, two, and three, along with graduate level mathematics courses, one must know trigonometry like the bac [more]

The summer is closing out, but school is heating up. If you or your student is having difficulty, it is best to deal with these issues before the grades reflect problems. Why not consider a tutor? Whether you take online classes , homeschool or are struggling with a difficult course; you may need a tutor. As a tutor I can help guide you or your student through some difficult academic challenges. For 2 years running, Wyzant has named me one of their best tutors nationwide. Please don... [more]

I have taken the Pre-Calculus/ Trigonometry course that is offered at USF and have obtained an A+ in the course. I am also a tutor for Pre-Calc/ Trig since Fall 2017. Hello! I am John and I am currently pursuing a BS in Statistics at the University of South Florida. Currently at USF, I tutor students who are taking College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus I and II along with being a TA for Calculus I. I work as a tutor and as TA five days a week at school and I am hoping to have tutoring as a hobby. As a tutor, I enjoy guiding students on how to approach the problem along with providin [more]

I come from an engineering background (in school), and Trigonometry is used heavily in that field. The proper use of trigonometric identities can greatly simplify real world problems, and they are well worth the time spent studying them. My primary experience in Trigonometry has been in physics classes, and calculus. Trigonometry is a foundational part of those classes. Hello! I'm a math geek studying Computer Science at USF, with a Biomedical Physics minor. I also have a B.S. in Mathematics from FGCU. I love helping people with math, and tutoring is a very rewarding process for me. I l [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$65 per hour.

4.98 227 ratings

Hello, my name is Wachaspati P., and by profession, I am an IT (Software) manager with 18 years of work experience. I completed my Bachelor?s degree in Electrical Engineering in 1996, and have enjoyed math ever since I was a little boy. Throughout my elementary, middle, high school and college - I have performed very well on every math tests, scoring more than 96%, and have enjoyed sharing my knowledge with my colleagues and friends. However, with a full time IT job, I could never really purs... [more]

As a certified math teacher, I have taught 7th-grade mathematics and virtually every high school math course except calculus. I have experience in both public and private school settings, have tutored individual students and have taught ACT prep courses. I hold a master's degree in linguistics, specifically in teaching English as a second language. I enjoy learning other languages, learning about other cultures, and traveling to other countries. I am certified in Florida as an ESOL teacher... [more]

I am an engineer, turned educator from the Tampa Bay, FL community. I have my bachelors and masters in Optical Engineering/Sciences and recently earned my professional Florida teaching license in mathematics 6-12. I specialize in secondary mathematics (Algebra I - Calculus) and also love Physics. I've been a tutor since 2008, starting off on my undergraduate college campus. I feel that I easily connect with students and can break difficult concepts down so that students can understand. If... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

4.83 18 ratings

I have a strong background in trigonometry. I have been using trigonometry for over 30 years in academic and industrial environments. I have tutored pilots in the use of trig and vectors in navigation. I have taught several trig based physics classes. I bring a great deal of real world experience to my trig lessons. I have a strong teaching background. I taught calculus and trig based physics at the Junior College level. I also developed an Astronomy course at the Junior College level. I developed a Physical Science course for the Ford Motor Company in support of Auto Tech training program. I [more]

I teach all the required subjects within the Sunshine State Standards. They have Trigonometry broken down into a few categories: Standard 1: Trigonometric Functions Standard 2: Trigonometry in Triangles Standard 3: Trigonometric Identities and Equations Standard 4: Polar Coordinates and Trigonometric Form of Complex Numbers Standard 5: Mathematical Reasoning and Problem Solving As the oldest of four, I have taught since a very early age. I officially started tutoring in high school through the Math Club, and have tutored at the HCC campuses of Southshore, Brandon, and Plant City. I hav [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.75 4 ratings

I am a certified math teacher in the state of Florida. I have tutored students in Algebra 2, PreCalc/Trig, and AP calculus courses for the past 3 years. Students that work with me typically receive a high B or A in their courses and 5's on their AP exams. As a veteran teacher, I realize that math is often not a favorite subject of most students. My main goal as a tutor is to help the student see what their strengths already are in the subject and build off of those to work on the areas where they feel less confident. I see ?smartness? in math a bit differently; there are many ways to be sm [more]

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