My name is Wahaj. I live in Brooklyn, New York. I graduated from Brooklyn Studio Secondary School, class of 2014, with advanced regents
diploma and gold medalist in Mathematics
. I also received a silver medal for a GPA of 88%. I love Math
and sciences. I got 98 on my Algebra
. regent, 93 on my Integrated Algebra regent. I got an average of 100 in my college now Calculus
class and an average of 100 in my Algebra 2
/Trig. class. I also got 95 in my biology
and 93 in my chemistry
class. I will continue my studies as a pre-medical student at Brooklyn College this Fall, 2014.
I almost have one and a half years of experience teaching students mathematics and sciences to students of different ages and gender. I have always been a successful tutor because my way of teaching students is very different from other tutors. I breaking every thing down for the student and teach them step by step. One other thing that differentiates me from other tutors is that I also show student short video clips about the topic which makes then understand even better because when a student see same thing over and over he/she will remember it for ever and use it in his/her daily life.
I am originally a South Asia so I can communicate in Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi
. I can also help ESL
student learning Math and Sciences. Looking forward to help you guys in these hard subjects, so you can have a brighter future.
6 hours notice required
Travels within 10 miles of Brooklyn, NY 11223
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Since CB and BD are both are radius and they have to be equal to each other so we can write an equation
CB = BD
7x - 3 = 3x
4x - 3 = 0
Zero does not have any sign. So your question is: If the answer is p>0 what direction does it go on the number line.
The answer is towards the right side because all positive numbers are on the right side and all negative numbers are on the left side.
Before starting a new math topic, you should always write down the steps that you need to solve the problem. Then start the topic and when you are doing the problem put those steps in front of you and you will never get that question wrong. After a while
you will remember those step in your head and you don't need that paper any more.