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My initial training in UCLA's Graduate School of Education and Information Studies' Teacher Education Program was intended to prepare me to teach secondary (middle school and high school) math
in a classroom setting.
A change in career paths has brought me to a foreign, Spanish
-speaking country (I say foreign because I consider significant parts of the US to be Spanish-speaking). I teach math, among other subjects, online to bring in some extra income.
I've personally always enjoyed school even though it was oftentimes a great source of stress for me and still is for countless other students. Exams often made me feel queasy, but I'd always look forward to them with great anticipation because I was prepared, and I knew I could conquer that test. A few times, the test conquered me, but I knew a sheet of paper or a blue book could not define who I was nor what I was capable of doing. A less than satisfactory test score just gave me further reason to try harder, study better, and be faster, stronger the next time.
Never in my academic career have I ever pulled an all-nighter. I never had to because I believed that self-discipline, good preparation, a healthy social life, and a regular sleep schedule would best condition my brain for success.
My goal is to prepare the student well, whether it be for a test, a final exam, or for a trip abroad to an English
or Spanish speaking country. With almost one year's experience of ONLINE tutoring, I have facility with Skype and with WyzAnt's excellent online tutoring platform, of which my favorite feature is their virtual online whiteboard that allows for document uploading and real-time interaction between tutor and student.
Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in online tutoring for your student as an affordable and effective aide to academic success.
4 hours notice required
Cancellations made less than 4 hours in advance will be charged $10.
"No-shows" (in other words, if I haven't heard from the student 15 minutes into the lesson) will be charged the full $28.
Travels within 0 miles of La Crescenta, CA 91214
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Here's one way of solving this problem:
Plant 1 has 28 cars, x of which will be sent to dealership A, and the rest,
28-x, will be sent to dealership B.
Transportation cost for Plant 1 to Dealerships A and B will be
220(x) + 300(28-x)
Plant 2 has 8 cars, y of which will be sent...
1. s + 4t = r, solve for s
Your goal is to get s = something, so isolate the s! Right now, your s is followed by "+ 4t."
To get s by itself, you want to get rid of 4t from the left-hand-side of your equation.
To that end, subtract 4t from each side of the equation...
You take the same approach as with simplifying other rational expressions like... fractions!
Simplifying 15/6 is a no-brainer for most algebra students.
One method is to break up both the numerator and denominator into factors.
Obviously, you would cancel...