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Trigonometry is one of the first chances students get to apply their math skills. While the applications are concrete, there are still formulas to memorize and some of the concepts can be abstract. My approach is to focus on the applications of trig to help solidify comprehension and understanding. I'm currently attending OSU and working towards a PhD in Radiation Heath Physics. I currently hold a BS in Mathematical Studies and a ME in Nuclear Engineering. I started my career as a high school math and Physics teacher when the call to serve our country came. I left to teach for the Navy an [more]

My name is Davi, I am originally from Brazil. I am very outgoing and I have over ten years of experience working in customer service, and education. I have been a teacher my whole life, and math has been my favorite subject for quite some time! Although my passion for mathematics, I have held many jobs and learned a great deal of skills throughout my life. Soccer coach and referee, to piano teacher and life guard have been only a few of my professional activities. I have excellent interperson... [more]

For me, trigonometry ("trig") was a fun semester in high school. It can be for you, too. Let me show you how. I aced trig and can get you going more quickly through the material, with better results. It's a simple plan: I guide, you drill. The trig functions (sine, cosine, tangent, etc.) and identities (e.g. [sin^2]A + [cos^2]A = 1 [where "^2" means "squared"], etc.) can all be pictured on a graph of the unit circle. This makes things easier for visual learners as it helps you make sense of the equations. As in many math courses, the kinds of problems you can solve expand. This is always fun [more]

I am a certified secondary math teacher. I have tutored trigonometry several times over the years, the most recent just last school year. I find trigonometry to be one of the most real-life applicable courses. One of my favorite things to do is to help students get that "Ah, ha!" moment. My first tutoring job helped me decide to pursue teaching as my career. I believe that everyone can learn and it is my job, as a teacher, to find the way the student learns best. The methods that work for one student may not work for another student. The challenge of finding what works for each of my stu [more]

Hello, my name is Marvin and I am currently a Senior in the Mechanical Engineering program at Oregon Tech. I will be graduating with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering in December of 2016. Before attending Oregon Tech I attended L.A. Mission College where I obtained my A.A. in Social and behavioral Sciences. While at L.A. Mission college I was able to work as a recruiter and tutor for kids K-5. Once I transferred to Oregon Tech I was able to work for 21st Century Learning in Klamath Falls, OR a... [more]

I've been a tutor for three years. I got my start tutoring at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, OR, where I worked in the tutoring center helping students with math, physics, chemistry, and writing. During my time at Chemeketa, I took a series of extra classes for tutors, overseen by the Chemeketa Tutoring Department and the College Learning and Reading Association, that certified me as a Master Tutor. I transferred from Chemeketa after getting my AA and attended UC Berkeley with a major ... [more]

Trigonometry is a very practical skill for anyone involved in construction, fabrication, or who goes on to engineering or various sciences. My effort is to help the student develop an intuitive understanding of basic trigonometric principles so that he or she can apply them with ease in real life situations. I've helped hundreds of people improve their skills and their lives. Let me help you. I hold masters' degrees in both philosophy and theology, and a bachelor of science degree in physics and engineering. I've worked as an advanced trainer and educator for companies like Intel, Evergreen [more]

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