Born and raised in Germany, I graduated from college in 1995 with a degree in special ed and nursing
. I came to Texas several years ago and studied Biology
at UTD. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Biology and a minor in health care, and I also obtained my teaching certification in composite science
, biology and Physics
) and in German
. Currently I am teaching high school Physics at a public school district, as well as German 1, 2 3 and 4 (including pre-AP and AP German
). I have been teaching German, as well as translating and interpreting German for several years. I am a TA for a university's German classes and am a grad student there as well.
I am offering German lessons for every level, beginner to advanced, including conversation, test preparation
, and reading
. Since every student has different interests and needs, I customize the lessons and reading materials to fit the individual student. My specialty is medical and technical German.
I am tutoring all science subjects from K through 12, and some subjects on a college level as well. Sciences can be hard to understand sometimes, and I am generally able to break down the concepts to make them easier to comprehend, and often use manipulatives and hands-on material, such as molecular kits, microscopes, or games.
2 hours notice required
Travels within 15 miles of Plano, TX 75023
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Find the speed of the boat by dividing 60 km by 8 hours, which is 7.5 km/hr. Since during all this time the river was working against the boat with a speed of 4 km/hr. You add that together to make 11.5 km/hr, that is the speed the boat would have to be
able to go in still water.
Dori bikes 11 times as much as Kevin, or they ahve a ratio of 11:1. Add 11+1 =12, divide 156 by 12 which gives you 13. Kevin biked 13 miles and Dori bikes 11 times 13 miles, which is 143 miles.
You can set up the problem with the following equation (x means "times"):
85 x ($12 - $5) - $230 = ?
You multiply your profit for each pizza, which is $12 cost of pizza minus $5 to make it, with 85 times, the number of pizzas you make. You subtract form all this the fixed...