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Will travel 20 miles

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I use trigonometry as a degreed Mechanical Engineer. Engineers use trigonometry in engineering formulas of all kinds and in evaluating distances. Therefore, I understand and know how to use it in the real world. I hold a current professional teaching certificate in the state of Michigan in Math, Physics, and Chemistry. I taught basic trigonometry in high school classroom. My lifelong passion for math and science includes a desire to share my ability and interest with others. My goal is to make these subjects understandable and interesting so the lives of those learning are enhanced. I hold [more]

I am a degreed engineer (mechanical) with a specialty in machine design. I have used multiple CAD systems in my career as well as programed in many languages. I love to learn and am currently 67% complete with my MBA and holding a 4.0 GPA. But I also am practical. I farm, work on cars and equipment, do construction, wiring, plumbing, masonary, excavating. I also tutored in college. As an engineer I have studied and applied algebra, calculus and trigonometry extensively. I know real ... [more]

I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Michigan Technological University (class of 1983). I am a Quality Control Engineer/CNC Lathe Programmer-Operator/CNC Mill Operator for a local Grand Rapids, Michigan tool & die shop where I have worked for over 31 years. I have helped tutor several apprentices over the years with their trigonometry and geometry classes (2 fields that are used a lot in this industry). I use trig and geometry on a daily basis and can relate these sub... [more]

I led undergraduate classroom discussion and office hours for MTH 116, Trigonometry and Pre-calculus at Michigan State Fall 2006. I excelled at and improved one on one student interactions. I tutored all the way up to a senior level linear algebra course at the Michigan State University Math Learning Center for two years. I then applied for and was accepted as an undergraduate trigonometry teaching assistant leading recitation, office hours, and extensive grading with advanced student feedback. In graduate school, I instructed a senior level lab in analog integrated circuits. My passion is to [more]

Trigonometry is usually introduced in terms of the ratio of sides of a right triangle. The sine (sin) and cosine (cos) are the basic trig functions. The other four trig functions are defined either as reciprocals or ratios of the sine and cosine functions. The domain of trig functions defined as stated above are restricted to angle measures between 0 and 90-degrees. Later in trigonometry courses, the domains of the sine and cosine functions are expanded to included all real numbers with some exceptions with respect to the tangent, cotangent, secant, and cosecant functions. Angle measures for t [more]

I was a mathematics tutor at GRCC for one year. I have 8 years of private tutoring experience. I am currently a senior with an Information Systems Major and a Mathematics minor at Grand Valley State University. I love tutoring others as I love to help others succeed When students succeed it helps out the overall community. I also simply enjoy mathematics. Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Statistics I am very flexible with scheduled ap... [more]

Dear Parents/Students, I was a tutor in Western Michigan University. I was tutoring Pre-calculus, Calculus, Pre-engineering, Algebra 1 and 2. I like to help other people and hence why I chose to tutor in my undergraduate. With me as your tutor, you are going to be the best in your class. My attitude towards tutoring together with my education and experience will make parents happy as their children are with a professional who cares about their performance. ... [more]

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