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Do you plan on taking AP Physics or college freshman physics? If so, I would say that the math topic that's most likely to cause trouble is trigonometry. For this level of physics, you'll be using little to no calculus, and you can usually get around the trickier parts of algebra. But you have got to know sines and cosines in order to split a vector into components. In high school, trigonometry is usually included in a course titled Math Analysis or Precalculus. Colleges might do the same or might offer a full course titled Trigonometry. Either way, I like to think of trig as the closest we g [more]

I received a Bachelor's degree in Applied Physics in 1978, and later a Master's degree in Applied Mathematics in 1981, both from the University of Waterloo in Canada. During my Master's program, I was a teaching assistant for both the Calculus and Algebra divisions of the Department of Applied Mathematics, and became the head teaching assistant for the Calculus division. This involved running the organized tutoring program, proctoring and grading exams, and teaching a section of the class. ... [more]

I am a college graduate who was an RN for 17 years. During that time, I home schooled my three boys for eight years, and just completed being my youngest son's learning coach for online school from 2011 to 2013. I have taught science, math, algebra, history, spelling, language, phonics geometry, math analysis, and many other classes. I have also taken the NCLEX in the past. I was also in the military and scored very well on the ASVAB test. I have taken many college level classes in anatom... [more]

I earned my BS in Meteorology from OU with minors in Mathematics and Hydrology in 2009, my MS from OU in Meteorology in 2012, and my PhD in Meteorology at OU in 2017. I also have 3 years of experience teaching elementary and advanced Meteorology Laboratory classes at OU. I currently work at the university as a Research scientist. In my time teaching, I truly enjoy the joy that I see in students when they finally solve a problem or reach a goal that they've been working very hard to solve or... [more]

Hello, my name is Stephen! I am a student at the University of Tulsa studying Mathematics and Economics. I have experience as a tutor and would love to help you out with any subject from elementary math to algebra to calculus (and anything in between). My hours are generally flexible I am more than willing to travel to meet with you. I am very patient and easy-going, and I am willing to adjust my tutoring methods based on what works best for you. As a tutor, I strive to make math both easier ... [more]

Hello, my name is Avery and I have received a degree in Meteorology from the University of Oklahoma. I've always loved math and science, and would love passing the knowledge I've gained on to you. Struggling stinks, and I would love to help you. I have helped several students pass some of their harder math and science classes. I loved helping them understand the material when their instructor could not. It tends to be how it is explained--an assigned instructor may not have the teachin... [more]

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