I love to tutor! While getting my undergraduate math
degree, I used to tutor college students in College Algebra
, Business Statistics
, and Business Calculus
. Also was a private tutor/consultant for a graduate level statistics course. While in undergrad, I tutored students beginning at 2nd all the way to 12th grade. This included: Geometry
3, Middle school exit exam prep, Calculus, SAT prep
, 4th grade
, and 6th grade
math. I started off the session by asking them what they needed help in, as well as giving them a few questions, give them a few minutes to work on them, and then explain how they did it to me. This way, I was able to see their thinking process when it comes to them doing math. It helps in trying to figure out the best way to help the student.
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I just finished a Masters degree in Mathematics
Education so I am a certified math teacher! I am currently a high school geometry teacher.
Also during my senior year in undergrad, I was the in-class tutor for a College Algebra 2
class. I was treated like a TA which means that I tutored students, answered questions, and even taught some lessons.
While a student in statistics at Purdue, I have tutored undergraduate students in Biostatistics
, and Statistics.
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124=x-(-34) can also be written as 124=x+34 since subtracting a negative number is the same as adding a positive number.
we now want to isolate the x (get the x on the side by itself).
In order to do this, we will subtract 34 from both sides.
This gives us 124-34=x+34-34