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Detroit, MI Trigonometry Tutors

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Maria M.
...During the 30 years I worked as a Chemist and as an Engineer I was frequently asked to explain technical information to a lay audience since I seemed to have a knack for doing just that. I would classify my tutoring style as "old school." Ladies and gentlemen, the best way to learn a problem-ba...
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56 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, reading, writing
Maria M.
$25.00/hr
Detroit, MI
Christian S.
...I therefore make sure that the students feel comfortable with the tutoring venue. In most cases I establish a three-way communication early on by involving the parent(s), by providing regular and meaningful progress reports, and by asking for feedback.I have my Master's Degree in Civil and Struc...
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10 Subjects: including trigonometry, physics, calculus, algebra 2
Christian S.
$60.00/hr
West Bloomfield, MI
Steve B.
...I spent a semester in the Math lab, where I received tutor training from the Academic Resource Center. I then did private math tutoring for 2.5 years. During my last year of school I was also the undergraduate tutor for all engineering classes.
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11 Subjects: including trigonometry, Spanish, calculus, physics
Steve B.
$46.00/hr
Walled Lake, MI
Enos W.
...Subjects covered include: a. Students will demonstrate mastery of fractions, decimals, and percentages. b. Students will demonstrate complete understanding of ratios and proportions. c.
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30 Subjects: including trigonometry, reading, chemistry, writing
Enos W.
$50.00/hr
Southfield, MI
Michael E.
...Most of a student's difficulty comes from writing proofs. Think of it as writing an argumentative paper, and having to cite your sources. With the 'Given' typically as your introduction, make your argument with any supporting definitions, postulates, and/or theorems available to you at that time, and end it with what you want to 'prove' as your conclusion.
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14 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, ASVAB
Michael E.
$50.00/hr
Livonia, MI
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