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When I first started my college journey, I hadn't a clue about what I wanted to do. Over the years, I've narrowed it down to two things: I love working with people, and I love helping them learn. I've spent years working for other tutoring/test prep companies and have decided to venture out on my own. As a graduate with a degree in Biochemistry, I have a very strong foundation in math and science. When I took my own SAT over 10 years ago, I scored a 2220 (with an 800 on Math, 700 in Reading,... [more]

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"The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are, first, hard work; second, stick-to-itiveness; third, common sense." Thomas A. Edison The above captures all that I believe is necessary to succeed - in academics, athletics, or life in general. I have found Edison's words to be true in my own experience, and I believe anyone, student or otherwise, can reach his/her goals by working hard, being relentless, but keeping a good head on his/her shoulders all the while. Soon after ar... [more]

The trigonometry of the right triangle is introduced, including the basic functions sine, cosine and tangent and their cofunctions. Radian measure of angles is presented, and the trigonometric functions are defined for arbitrary angles. The trigonometric functions are graphed, with a discussion of their amplitude, period and phase shift. Inverse trigonometric functions are introduced. The laws of cosine and sine are proved and applied to solving triangles. Basic trigonometric identities are proved, including half angle and double angle identities. [more]

Trigonometry is unfortunately one of those subjects that trips up many students and steers them away from math as it puts up a seemingly insurmountable barrier. Who cares about a cosine anyway? The truth is there are simple ways to visualize trigonometry that are extremely effective and the concepts contained behind all the math terms are critically important for understanding spatial relationships, angles, and periodic motion. Hello, Thanks for taking a look at my profile! Please review my subject qualifications, student feedback, and detailed description below. Please send me a message if y [more]

I graduated with a BA from Rutgers University in May 2014, and an M.Sc. in 2017 in Mathematical Finance. At Rutgers University, I worked as a math tutor from my first semester freshman year to my last semester senior year, tutoring subjects from algebra and precalculus to calculus 1-4, Math Analysis, and other upper-level courses. I helped hundreds of students throughout the various struggles presented in the undergraduate math curriculum and have aided all types of learners. I have helped st... [more]

I am a full-time high school physics and engineering teacher, and have both taught and tutored in high school math and chemistry as well. Trigonometry can often seem like a list of abstract and incomprehensible equations to be memorized; in reality, it's based on some key spatial relations and proportions, and by focusing on those, I can help students understand the formulas that come from them. I find nothing more rewarding than helping students to deeply understand how things work and to watch them grow more and more confident in their own abilities. I am a full-time high school physics and [more]

I'm an experienced certified teacher in NJ, currently pursuing a Doctorate in Cognitive Studies in STEM Education. I hold a Masters in Physics and Applied Statistics also from Columbia University. I've been teaching and tutoring for over 20 years in several subjects including pre-algebra, algebra I & II, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, math analysis, pre-calculus, calculus (AP and IB), number theory, finite/discrete math, linear algebra, SAT Math/Critical Reading/Writing, programming, web... [more]

Welcome! My name is David, and I am a licensed teacher in New York City with over 11 years of experience, specializing in math, business, data science and artificial intelligence. I also excel at academic research and research methods in defining, scoping, and refining projects for academic research. I help my students to pass tests, to understand material according to their learning style, and to learn how to take tests well. I offer you all the tools you need to excel in your vocation, and... [more]

I'm currently working at a pharmaceutical company while concurrently pursuing a second Masters in Bioinformatics at JHU. I have a BS and MS in chemistry, and tutored extensively in math and science courses throughout my studies. I am well versed in efficient studying techniques, and am confident that I will be able to make the most use of both your time and mine!... [more]

I am certified to teach math K-12. In trigonometry, the goal is to draw on what the student knows from algebra and geometry. It is important to bridge all gaps in the knowledge and introduce higher level concepts after that. Since trigonometry is also essential for standardized tests, students also simultaneously prepare for college entrance exams. I believe that every student is capable of learning. My goal is to allow them to reach their maximum potential by getting them interested in the subject, making them think, and teaching them in the style most comfortable for them. Some people are vi [more]

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