Hello! My name is Jessica, and I am currently a student at Utah State University. I am studying Music
Therapy, and I absolutely love it! Music is my greatest passion, and I have been studying it since I was six years old. I also began teaching piano
lessons to kids ages 5 to 14 about 7 years ago, which I have loved and been very successful in. I'm very good with kids, and I know how to simplify concepts enough to help them learn and also make learning fun for them! I have also passed college-level courses in Music Theory
and Keyboard Harmony, and I am currently studying voice and guitar
Besides music and elementary education
, I am also qualified in high school and college subjects. I received a composite score of 30 on the ACT
, and maintained a 3.8 GPA in high school. I received high scores on multiple AP tests in high school, including Music Theory, Psychology
, and Statistics
I sincerely love teaching, and I receive great satisfaction in helping people reach their goals. I have spent hours outside of lesson time figuring out successful teaching techniques, and I have even created personalized worksheets and quizzes for my students to enhance their learning and progression.
Whether you are a parent looking for extra help for you child, or even a college student struggling to pass a class, I can and will help you make incredible progress and accomplishments.
12 hours notice required
Travels within 15 miles of Logan, UT 84341
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3a2 - 2a = 5
1. Subtract 5 from both sides, so we have ZERO on the right side:
3a2 - 2a - 5 = 0
(3a - 5) (a + 1) = 0
Now we know that at least one of the values in the parentheses has to equal ZERO, because anything multiplied by Zero is going to equal...
Because you are solving for x, you want all the x's on one side, so your final equation is x = #. You do this by getting all the x's on one side of the equation, and all the numbers on the other. You can move a number to the other side of the equation