My tutoring experience began when I was a sophomore in college studying

chemistry and

physics. I have tutored over 40 students in all aspects of Chemistry, Physics and

Calculus and taught both semesters of general chemistry at OU. Many of my students are straight out of high school, but some of my favorite students have been those who came back to college for a career change.

As a graduate student in

Biochemistry with a degree in Chemistry and minor in Physics, I am able to help with almost any college level

science course. Many of my students have found it convenient to have the same tutor for several different subjects. It has been fun to watch them apply the skills we developed in one course to another.

I usually tutor groups or individuals for one to two hour sessions, often meeting weekly. I encourage groups to help each other before I meet them. That way everyone gets some free tutoring, and it helps us get the most for our time during the paid sessions with me. To save even more, be sure to ask about purchasing a package deal.

In general, I'm available weekday evenings after 6 or by appointment on Saturdays. I answer texts and emails as soon as I can and will take calls if I'm available. This can come in handy for last minute questions before homework deadlines or exams.

I always look forward to meeting new students and hope you find the best help you can get.

##### Cancellation

5 hours notice required
*30% discount applied to individuals within a group.*

##### Travel Radius

Travels within 5 miles of Norman, OK 73071
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Hi Zypher,
The answer comes from knowing what an intercept looks like in an equation. An X intercept is when you cross the x axis. This only happens when y=0. So, to find an X intercept we need to replace y with 0 and solve for x.
0=(x+5)(x-3)
There...

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slope is found by (16-8)/(10-5)=8/5=1...

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