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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]

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Trigonometry is wonderfully intricate material containing a wide variety of topics such as: triangles, similar triangles right triangles, special triangles, not-so-special triangles, more triangles, other triangles, a cute triangle (as long as it's not being obtuse), an extra helping of triangles and triangle pi. (I would like to formally apologize for any injuries caused by those fantastic puns. Please let me know when there's any sine of improvement....) Trigonometry is a subject that can truly make a student go bonkers. Luckily, trigonometry is so focused on triangles, much of the in [more]

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Trigonometry is often perceived as if it were a useless subject that deals with triangles whose angles are not 30, 60, or 90 degrees or little more. This is unfortunate because, after a first phase where students learn the basic notions, the range of tools available to solve real-life problems is quite remarkable. Several fields in physics and engineering use it, Fourier analysis is based on the notions one learns in this class and Fourier analysis is heavy "weaponry" when one uses it to solve a large variety of problems. I have developed my own notes for this subject and I am quite proud to s [more]

Hi my name is Craig and I love math. I graduated with honors from the University of California Santa Barbara, where I obtained my Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematical Sciences. Education is important to me as I feel it is the foundation for a successful life. I like to volunteer for my community, so teaching greatly appeals to me because it is rewarding and satisfying to see students progress through a difficult class or problem and be happy with their results. I love critical think... [more]

My name is Andy, and I love math. I hold a BS and MS from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In high school, I competed in various prestigious math and science competitions. I have gotten 800s in SAT math I and II. Learn from the best! I am patient and have great ability to make difficult concepts easy to understand. Over the years I have developed various techniques on how to solve problems very quickly and accurately. When looking at a problem, there may be multiple ways to solve... [more]

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No charge on your session unless you are fully satisfied. Valedictorian St. Bonaventure High School. BS in Physics from USC. Master's in Physics from Pitt. Self educated in Writing and Philosophy. I have 5 years of experience teaching college classes and tutoring on all levels of math, science and writing. My top priority is to give students a conceptual understanding of the material (as opposed to rote memorization). I do this by asking the student questions to gauge their understand... [more]

I use trigonometry daily in my study of mechanical engineering and I have been working as a tutor in trigonometry for four years now. I really enjoy the subject and sharing the tricks to the subject with others. Hey there! :) My name is Ian and I have been a math tutor for four years now. I also am certified to teach English as a second language. I am currently a student at California State Univerisity Northidge where I major in mechanical engineering and minor in Japanese language. My hobbies are reading books and watching old Japanese dramas. As a tutor it is very rewarding for me to watch m [more]

Many years working in Aerospace with number of published papers and patents, presentations, including at symposiums. Worked with Science of physics including Mechanical, Electromechanical and Electromagnetic Engineering applied for analyses and design of many devices such as Inertial Instruments (Gyroscopes and Accelerometers), valves, actuators, systems. Prepared and Presented lectures for employees on various subjects, such as "Introduction to Automatic Controls", etc. Mentored young En... [more]

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What engenders a love of math? How can the door to its beautiful and fun aspects to be opened onto the numbers and their qualities, then remain open through algebra and beyond? Or, how and why do fear and lack of confidence close that door? A child-centered, developmental key can open that door. I am happy to help your child develop a sense of confidence, enthusiasm and capacity that will permeate all math lessons and tests. I have been teaching for the last 20 years, and I am well-qualified... [more]

Trigonometry is a really key subject to master if students want to be successful on their SAT exam and on their SAT Math Level II subject test as well. It's also an important key to success in learning physics and helps boost calculus test results too. I first took a trigonometry class at my nearby high school while I was an 8th grader, and then took a college trigonometry class the following summer. Guess what, the content was identical, so I snagged an A in the college class as well! It excited my imagination to learn that trigonometry could be used to determine the size of the earth and o [more]

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