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Trigonometry is a sub-division of algebra. It is the study of angles, particularly triangles, and ratios. It encompasses concepts within general algebra, geometry, precalculus, and analysis. Understanding trigonometry requires a wealth of mathematical knowledge from numerous sources and any teacher or tutor should possess that mathematical savvy. I have tutored students in algebra, geometry, calculus, and multi-variable calculus for over 5 years. This a great asset for a versatile subject like trigonometry. My experience is extensive for all age levels. I am taught precalculus at Cal Luther [more]

Like Geometry, Trigonometry is one of the first places that you encounter proofs. SINes, COSines, TANgents, CoSeCants, SECants, COTangents, and this weird idea of a unit circle are examined for an entire course. I have been tutoring this awesome subject for 15 years. When I first encountered it in high school, was when I knew I would want to be a mathematician. I love demystifying this subject more than any other. A warning to the student. This class requires a lot of memorization, more than almost any other math class. That is actually where many students get stuck. I hope that you c [more]

I have taught Trigonometry, as part of Precalculus for many years with high rate of success of my students. I am a credentialed mathematics teacher. I have taught high school and community college subjects in math for thirty years. My bachelor's degree and two years of graduate work are in mathematics and statistics from University of California in Berkeley. I have a master's degree in educational technology from Peperdine University. I, also, have a master's degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from California State University, Northridge. I have been recognized and awarded as [more]

Currently I am a teacher of Chemistry and Physics at a CA High School. Previously I have been an educational professional for 40 years, starting as a teacher of Math and Physics in High school to AP/1st year undergraduate level and I hold teaching credentials in both California and the UK. Later I taught Chemistry (the subject of my degree) to the same standard. I have many former students who have studied at the top UK Universities; Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol, Durham, Imperial London and so ... [more]

Hi! I've been a tutor since high school, though my first paying tutoring gig turned up after I'd graduated and moved away for college. I've worked at college tutoring centers, private academies, and independently. My experience at tutoring centers was as a drop-in tutor -- students could arrive at the tutoring center without having made an appointment to receive a quick lesson or two. At the private academy, I was an SAT instructor for small classrooms, with no more than eight students per s... [more]

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I recently completed a doctorate in Mathematics Education at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. I work in designing math tests for end-of-grade exams in grades 3-12, so I am very familiar with content standards and how students are assessed. I have a master's degree in Secondary Mathematics Education from American University in Washington, DC and am a fully credentialed teacher. I taught 8th grade Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, and Geometry for two years and have over nine years of tutor... [more]

Will travel 18 miles

$80 per hour.

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If you were stranded on a deserted island, could you reinvent Algebra? Calculus? Trigonometry? I could! Not that that would be the most practical thing to do, but once you understand the basic concepts, you will be able to do the same. I am a strong believer in understanding concepts and knowing fundamentals, NOT in doing math by rote. I will certainly help you get your homework done and get better grades, but I will also make sure that you understand it! I teach students techniques... [more]

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