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Khem C.

Mastery in teaching Algebra 1-2, Geometry, Calculus, Pre-Calculus

Mastery in teaching Algebra 1-2, Geometry, Calculus, Pre-Calculus

$55/hour

About Khem


Bio

I am a very passionate individual to teach Mathematics and improve Student results and grades.

I graduated from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee with a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. I taught many students with difficulty in understanding Maths while graduating through College and generated very good results with them. Parents were always interested in me as the Maths teacher for their children due to the results that I produced and the ease with which I was able to...

I am a very passionate individual to teach Mathematics and improve Student results and grades.

I graduated from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee with a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. I taught many students with difficulty in understanding Maths while graduating through College and generated very good results with them. Parents were always interested in me as the Maths teacher for their children due to the results that I produced and the ease with which I was able to explain the difficult concepts to the students in easy manner. I am very patient in working with Students.

I believe in having students get mastery of the concepts of the subject in addition to make sure that they get good grades in their class.


Education

B. Tech
Computer Science
IIT Roorkee, India
Graduate Coursework

Policies

  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person
  • Hourly Rate: $55
  • Travel policy: Within 30 miles of Bentonville, AR 72712
  • Lesson cancellation: 1 hours notice required
  • No background check

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Subjects

Business

GRE

Computer

SQL

Corporate Training

SQL

Elementary Education

Elementary Math

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 course examines the basic structure of real numbers, algebraic expressions, and functions. The topics covered are linear equations, inequalities, functions and systems, quadratic equations and functions, polynomial expressions, data analysis, probability, and the elementary properties of functions. Mathematical modeling of real-life problems and problem solving are major themes of the course. In Arkansas a student can also participate in ACTM competition and earn Trophies and scholarship money towards college.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Algebra 2 is designed to build on algebraic and geometric concepts. It develops advanced algebra skills such as systems of equations, advanced polynomials, imaginery and complex numbers, quadratics, and concepts and includes the study of trigonometric functions. It also introduces matrices and their properties. The content of this course are important for students’ success on both the ACT and college mathematics entrance exams. Students who complete Algebra II should take Pre-Calculus next. In Arkansas one can also participate in ACTM Maths competition in this subject at the end of the year and earn Scholarship money towards college. I do help with that preparation.
Calculus,

Calculus

Advanced Placement Calculus is comprised of Differential and Integral calculus. The material covered will be the equivalent of that presented in most colleges and universities’ Calculus I course and, in part, their Calculus II course. My first and primary goal is to teach the students calculus. The secondary goal is to prepare them for the AP exam. I do spend several weeks at the end of the year specifically preparing students for the exam and will do things throughout the year to help prepare the students, as well. Some examples of this preparation are the following: as the AP exam is part multiple-choice and part free-response, quizzes will be multiple-choice and tests will be free-response. Also, the AP exam is part with the calculator and part without; therefore, part of each test is with a calculator and part is without a calculator.
Geometry,

Geometry

Students study Geometry as a mathematical system through the deductive development of relationships in the plane and space developed intuitively in previous years. Students study congruent segments and angles, circle chords, secants and tangent segments, parallel and perpendicular lines, angle measure in triangles, direct and indirect triangle congruence and similarity, proofs, solids of revolution, logic, similar triangles, transformations, the Pythagorean Theorem, geometric constructions, coordinate geometry, and surface area and volume of solids. In Arkansas students can participate in ACTM competition to earn Trophies and scholarship money towards College.
Physics,

Physics

Physics is a laboratory science course that examines the relationship between matter and energy and how they interact. This course will have a strong emphasis in the mathematics of physics. Students explore physics concepts through an inquiry approach. Embedded standards for Inquiry, Technology & Engineering, and Mathematics are taught in the context of the content standards for Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Waves and Sound, Light and Optics, Electricity and Magnetism and Atomic & Nuclear Science
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Pre-Algebra is an advanced course for seventh graders. This year-long course prepares students to enter the study of Algebra I (a high school credited course) as eighth graders. The focus of the course is building the foundation necessary for success in the study of algebra. Students will become familiar with the following: the properties of mathematics; the language of algebra; solving one step and two step equations; adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing rational numbers and integers; solving inequalities; graphing equations and inequalities;proportion; percent; statistics and graphs; probability; applying algebra to geometry; measurement; introduction to trigonometry; and the study of polynomials.
Precalculus

Precalculus

Precalculus completes the formal study of the elementary functions begun in Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. Students focus on the use of technology, modeling, and problem solving involving data analysis, trigonometric and circular functions, their inverses, polar coordinates, complex numbers, conics, and quadratic relations. Discrete topics include the Principles of Mathematical Induction, the Binomial Theorem, and sequences and series. In Arkansas there is also ACTM compettion that students can participate in and win trophies and Scholarship money towards College.

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 course examines the basic structure of real numbers, algebraic expressions, and functions. The topics covered are linear equations, inequalities, functions and systems, quadratic equations and functions, polynomial expressions, data analysis, probability, and the elementary properties of functions. Mathematical modeling of real-life problems and problem solving are major themes of the course. In Arkansas a student can also participate in ACTM competition and earn Trophies and scholarship money towards college.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Algebra 2 is designed to build on algebraic and geometric concepts. It develops advanced algebra skills such as systems of equations, advanced polynomials, imaginery and complex numbers, quadratics, and concepts and includes the study of trigonometric functions. It also introduces matrices and their properties. The content of this course are important for students’ success on both the ACT and college mathematics entrance exams. Students who complete Algebra II should take Pre-Calculus next. In Arkansas one can also participate in ACTM Maths competition in this subject at the end of the year and earn Scholarship money towards college. I do help with that preparation.
Calculus,

Calculus

Advanced Placement Calculus is comprised of Differential and Integral calculus. The material covered will be the equivalent of that presented in most colleges and universities’ Calculus I course and, in part, their Calculus II course. My first and primary goal is to teach the students calculus. The secondary goal is to prepare them for the AP exam. I do spend several weeks at the end of the year specifically preparing students for the exam and will do things throughout the year to help prepare the students, as well. Some examples of this preparation are the following: as the AP exam is part multiple-choice and part free-response, quizzes will be multiple-choice and tests will be free-response. Also, the AP exam is part with the calculator and part without; therefore, part of each test is with a calculator and part is without a calculator.
Geometry,

Geometry

Students study Geometry as a mathematical system through the deductive development of relationships in the plane and space developed intuitively in previous years. Students study congruent segments and angles, circle chords, secants and tangent segments, parallel and perpendicular lines, angle measure in triangles, direct and indirect triangle congruence and similarity, proofs, solids of revolution, logic, similar triangles, transformations, the Pythagorean Theorem, geometric constructions, coordinate geometry, and surface area and volume of solids. In Arkansas students can participate in ACTM competition to earn Trophies and scholarship money towards College.
Physics,

Physics

Physics is a laboratory science course that examines the relationship between matter and energy and how they interact. This course will have a strong emphasis in the mathematics of physics. Students explore physics concepts through an inquiry approach. Embedded standards for Inquiry, Technology & Engineering, and Mathematics are taught in the context of the content standards for Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Waves and Sound, Light and Optics, Electricity and Magnetism and Atomic & Nuclear Science
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Pre-Algebra is an advanced course for seventh graders. This year-long course prepares students to enter the study of Algebra I (a high school credited course) as eighth graders. The focus of the course is building the foundation necessary for success in the study of algebra. Students will become familiar with the following: the properties of mathematics; the language of algebra; solving one step and two step equations; adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing rational numbers and integers; solving inequalities; graphing equations and inequalities;proportion; percent; statistics and graphs; probability; applying algebra to geometry; measurement; introduction to trigonometry; and the study of polynomials.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Precalculus completes the formal study of the elementary functions begun in Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. Students focus on the use of technology, modeling, and problem solving involving data analysis, trigonometric and circular functions, their inverses, polar coordinates, complex numbers, conics, and quadratic relations. Discrete topics include the Principles of Mathematical Induction, the Binomial Theorem, and sequences and series. In Arkansas there is also ACTM compettion that students can participate in and win trophies and Scholarship money towards College.
ACT Math, Trigonometry

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Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 course examines the basic structure of real numbers, algebraic expressions, and functions. The topics covered are linear equations, inequalities, functions and systems, quadratic equations and functions, polynomial expressions, data analysis, probability, and the elementary properties of functions. Mathematical modeling of real-life problems and problem solving are major themes of the course. In Arkansas a student can also participate in ACTM competition and earn Trophies and scholarship money towards college.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Algebra 2 is designed to build on algebraic and geometric concepts. It develops advanced algebra skills such as systems of equations, advanced polynomials, imaginery and complex numbers, quadratics, and concepts and includes the study of trigonometric functions. It also introduces matrices and their properties. The content of this course are important for students’ success on both the ACT and college mathematics entrance exams. Students who complete Algebra II should take Pre-Calculus next. In Arkansas one can also participate in ACTM Maths competition in this subject at the end of the year and earn Scholarship money towards college. I do help with that preparation.
Calculus,

Calculus

Advanced Placement Calculus is comprised of Differential and Integral calculus. The material covered will be the equivalent of that presented in most colleges and universities’ Calculus I course and, in part, their Calculus II course. My first and primary goal is to teach the students calculus. The secondary goal is to prepare them for the AP exam. I do spend several weeks at the end of the year specifically preparing students for the exam and will do things throughout the year to help prepare the students, as well. Some examples of this preparation are the following: as the AP exam is part multiple-choice and part free-response, quizzes will be multiple-choice and tests will be free-response. Also, the AP exam is part with the calculator and part without; therefore, part of each test is with a calculator and part is without a calculator.
Geometry,

Geometry

Students study Geometry as a mathematical system through the deductive development of relationships in the plane and space developed intuitively in previous years. Students study congruent segments and angles, circle chords, secants and tangent segments, parallel and perpendicular lines, angle measure in triangles, direct and indirect triangle congruence and similarity, proofs, solids of revolution, logic, similar triangles, transformations, the Pythagorean Theorem, geometric constructions, coordinate geometry, and surface area and volume of solids. In Arkansas students can participate in ACTM competition to earn Trophies and scholarship money towards College.
Physics,

Physics

Physics is a laboratory science course that examines the relationship between matter and energy and how they interact. This course will have a strong emphasis in the mathematics of physics. Students explore physics concepts through an inquiry approach. Embedded standards for Inquiry, Technology & Engineering, and Mathematics are taught in the context of the content standards for Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Waves and Sound, Light and Optics, Electricity and Magnetism and Atomic & Nuclear Science
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Pre-Algebra is an advanced course for seventh graders. This year-long course prepares students to enter the study of Algebra I (a high school credited course) as eighth graders. The focus of the course is building the foundation necessary for success in the study of algebra. Students will become familiar with the following: the properties of mathematics; the language of algebra; solving one step and two step equations; adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing rational numbers and integers; solving inequalities; graphing equations and inequalities;proportion; percent; statistics and graphs; probability; applying algebra to geometry; measurement; introduction to trigonometry; and the study of polynomials.
Precalculus

Precalculus

Precalculus completes the formal study of the elementary functions begun in Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. Students focus on the use of technology, modeling, and problem solving involving data analysis, trigonometric and circular functions, their inverses, polar coordinates, complex numbers, conics, and quadratic relations. Discrete topics include the Principles of Mathematical Induction, the Binomial Theorem, and sequences and series. In Arkansas there is also ACTM compettion that students can participate in and win trophies and Scholarship money towards College.

Science

Physics

Physics

Physics is a laboratory science course that examines the relationship between matter and energy and how they interact. This course will have a strong emphasis in the mathematics of physics. Students explore physics concepts through an inquiry approach. Embedded standards for Inquiry, Technology & Engineering, and Mathematics are taught in the context of the content standards for Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Waves and Sound, Light and Optics, Electricity and Magnetism and Atomic & Nuclear Science

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 course examines the basic structure of real numbers, algebraic expressions, and functions. The topics covered are linear equations, inequalities, functions and systems, quadratic equations and functions, polynomial expressions, data analysis, probability, and the elementary properties of functions. Mathematical modeling of real-life problems and problem solving are major themes of the course. In Arkansas a student can also participate in ACTM competition and earn Trophies and scholarship money towards college.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Algebra 2 is designed to build on algebraic and geometric concepts. It develops advanced algebra skills such as systems of equations, advanced polynomials, imaginery and complex numbers, quadratics, and concepts and includes the study of trigonometric functions. It also introduces matrices and their properties. The content of this course are important for students’ success on both the ACT and college mathematics entrance exams. Students who complete Algebra II should take Pre-Calculus next. In Arkansas one can also participate in ACTM Maths competition in this subject at the end of the year and earn Scholarship money towards college. I do help with that preparation.
Calculus,

Calculus

Advanced Placement Calculus is comprised of Differential and Integral calculus. The material covered will be the equivalent of that presented in most colleges and universities’ Calculus I course and, in part, their Calculus II course. My first and primary goal is to teach the students calculus. The secondary goal is to prepare them for the AP exam. I do spend several weeks at the end of the year specifically preparing students for the exam and will do things throughout the year to help prepare the students, as well. Some examples of this preparation are the following: as the AP exam is part multiple-choice and part free-response, quizzes will be multiple-choice and tests will be free-response. Also, the AP exam is part with the calculator and part without; therefore, part of each test is with a calculator and part is without a calculator.
Geometry,

Geometry

Students study Geometry as a mathematical system through the deductive development of relationships in the plane and space developed intuitively in previous years. Students study congruent segments and angles, circle chords, secants and tangent segments, parallel and perpendicular lines, angle measure in triangles, direct and indirect triangle congruence and similarity, proofs, solids of revolution, logic, similar triangles, transformations, the Pythagorean Theorem, geometric constructions, coordinate geometry, and surface area and volume of solids. In Arkansas students can participate in ACTM competition to earn Trophies and scholarship money towards College.
Physics,

Physics

Physics is a laboratory science course that examines the relationship between matter and energy and how they interact. This course will have a strong emphasis in the mathematics of physics. Students explore physics concepts through an inquiry approach. Embedded standards for Inquiry, Technology & Engineering, and Mathematics are taught in the context of the content standards for Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Waves and Sound, Light and Optics, Electricity and Magnetism and Atomic & Nuclear Science
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ACT Math, GED, GRE

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$55/hour

Khem C.

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