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Will travel 20 miles

$70 per hour.

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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]

Will travel 25 miles

$48 per hour.

4.99 423 ratings

A Youth Specialist is someone who specializes in impacting the hearts and lives of young people. I am a graduate of Spring Arbor University where I completed my Bachelor of Arts degree in Math and Business. I have been tutoring for 12 years and find great joy in taking my gifts and passions and sharing them with someone else! Coming from a math education family where my mom, dad, older sister, and myself have over 70 years of combined teaching experience. It is in our blood to teach and... [more]

First, I would like to thank you for considering me as your math or science tutor and offer you some insight into my background on the topics. I spent most of my high school years in various math, science, and computational classes. This is where I first learned about Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Physics, and Calculus. Once I was in college, it was easy for me to choose Physics as a major. Through much stubborn determination, I finished my degree with a 3.3 GPA and working understandi... [more]

I am a newly retired math teacher who misses her students! I have an undergraduate and graduate degree in teaching Mathematics - Secondary Education. I taught high school math for 33 years, with the last few years teaching Algebra2/Trigonometry and PreCalculus. For many years prior, I taught Algebra1 and Geometry. What makes me an outstanding teacher/tutor is my ability to explain things in a way that students can understand. Friends and family frequently call me to explain concepts or... [more]

I am currently a middle school and high school math teacher and love teaching, math, and people. I've been tutoring or teaching people most of my life and wanted to be a teacher since middle school (a very long time ago)! I enjoy showing students the connections in mathematics and watching the "a-ha" moments on their face. My desire for students is comprehension beyond the "right answer". In my tutoring I look for the most basic misunderstanding and teach from there. I can comfortably ans... [more]

My name is Maria S. I am a Bachelor of Secondary Education graduate, major in Mathematics. I finished my MS in Teaching Math degree,(as a University scholar) and 12 credit hours toward Ph.D Math. I have also completed 60 credit hours toward Doctor Of Educational Management Degree and passed the Comprehensive Exam with a rating of 3.8. I have been teaching Grades 9-12 Math in the past 35 years in both public and private schools - the last 6 years in Dallas Independent School District, Dallas,... [more]

Will travel 35 miles

$30 per hour.

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Hello, my name is Candice, I am from Hong Kong, China. I was a senior accountant before I immigrated to U.S. last November and have over 8 years working experience in accounting and auditing in Hong Kong. I am a member of The Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants (WICPA), The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) and The Association of Chartered Certified Accounts (ACCA), I have double masters (MBA and MSc in Business Management) and a Bachelor degree in A... [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]

Learning doesn't come easy for most of us. And that's normal. But have a little self-compassion; you're trying! With a little help from a former teacher/principal turned lawyer, learning can be easy peasy! As a 20-something professional, I've had great fortune in my careers, and it's all because of the tips and tricks (and hours of studying!) that I've learned along the way as a student. Set up your consultation today, and lets see if I'm a good fit!... [more]

Hello, everyone! My name is Brian - I have been teaching and tutoring for the LSAT, GMAT, GRE, ACT, and SAT for over 12 years, and I score in the top 1% on all of these tests. After years of working for Veritas Prep (an industry leader whose books I still use), I have recently moved from the Bay Area/Silicon Valley to Madison, Wisconsin. This will allow me to spend more time with my kids (ages 3 and 1), but also allows me to charge MUCH less than my rate in California. My credentials beat tho... [more]

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