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Algebra 1

I successfully completed calculus, linear algebra I, and linear algebra II in college which gives me a strong mathematics foundation for tutoring prealgebra, algebra 1, and algebra 2.

My experience helps me teach elementary and high school students to locate points on a number line, understand the concept of rational numbers and place value, simplify and evaluate mathematical expressions, write and solve equations and inequalities, create patterns, represent geometric figures, etc....
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Algebra 2

My students have shown great progress in writing and solving systems of linear and quadratic equations and inequalities.

Perfecting my students' skills in simplifying rational expressions is one of my priorities. Polynomials and their applications are part of our curriculum. By implementing everyday life situations, I make probability both fun and challenging for the students.

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Geometry

Geometry - It is a subject that can be challenging in the beginning, but once you understand it is both interesting and fun. I work hard with my students to make them understand geometric concepts, learn formulas and theorems that help them measure angles, distances, perimeters, areas of certain geometric shapes, volumes, or calculate the coordinates of a point. It is quite important to complete the homework assignments in order to score high on tests.

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Prealgebra

My experience helps me teach the students to locate points on a number line, understand the concept of rational numbers, simplify and evaluate mathematical expressions, write and solve equations and inequalities, create patterns, represent geometric figures, etc.

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Precalculus

I cover in detail exponential, logarithmic, radical and trigonometric ratios and functions, sequences and series, binomial theorem, matrices, etc. I prepare my students for calculus. Once my students understand the concepts, practicing what they've learned is our number one priority.

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Trigonometry

We learn about the unit circle, trigonometric functions, their inverse and graphs, right triangle, oblique triangles, polar coordinates, etc. We also learn to master the trigonometric identities.

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SAT Math

My experience in both ACT and SAT tutoring makes me state from the beginning that if you are a student who likes to think more and figure out things by yourself, then the SAT is for you. The ACT is more straightforward. Guessing is penalized on the SAT but it is not on the ACT, although guessing should not be your approach. SAT is more of a reasoning and logic test than ACT. It does not include trigonometry.

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ACT Math

I have helped many students achieve high ACT Math scores. I teach them the right curriculum and maximize their potential by learning how to simplify the word questions, (translating them into simple mathematical equations) and by practicing vigilantly. My students learn how to complete the test in a timely manner. They also learn how to stay confident, calm, and focused during testing.

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Elementary Math

I've worked with elementary school students on problems using addition, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percentages, square roots, patterns, etc. My students improve their math scores by practicing on how to tell time, count money, calculate the final cost of a product taking into account the sales tax, find the mean, median, mode and range of a set of numbers, calculate the perimeter and area of geometric shapes, etc. Elementary math is quite important as it forms the basis for...
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