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Faraz R.

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Houston, TX (77095)

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I have been tutoring for a short while on WyzAnt. I have run into many parents who have requested "cram" sessions for their children and yes, these can work but the best thing a parent can do for their child is to hire a tutor anytime they notice their may be a problem. It is best for a parent to not wait until it is too late and time is running out. I do take cram sessions as tutoring,... read more

I recently was lucky enough to have a student who slowly improved both his knowledge and confidence in his calculus class. His parents trusted me to teach him long term on a daily basis. I know this is not possible for all parents as tutoring is very expensive and on a daily basis the fees can become outrageous for 1 to 2 hours a day. The student had completely lost confidence in himself. He... read more

Hi everyone!! My name is Faraz and I started tutoring 7 months ago.  I have another business selling used laboratory equipment but business had gotten really slow.  Prior to this, I was working full time.  I was laid off and that was fine because I was doing well in my business selling used lab equipment.  Anyway with the down economy, I just didn't have the sales I used... read more



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First multiply 4y times the whole equation y-3.  You get 4y2-12y+5 = 12(y-3).  Then take the 2nd side 12(y-3) and multiply everything in the parenthesis by 12 like you did with the left side.  You get 12y-36.  The equation comes to 4y2-12y+5=12y-36.  Now you...

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