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...Or you can understand the form of approximately 10 of those equations and derive the rest. Trigonometry is about patterns and relationships of a small set of functions to each other. When I tutor or teach trigonometry I build upon those patterns so that students have less to memorize.

...I taught high school math for three years. During those three years, one of the classes I taught every year was **algebra** 2. My approach to tutoring this subject is to build off of what the student knows/wants, to help the student understand how topics fit together, and to show the subject what it takes to learn a topic really well.

...I make sure I understand the need of the students and help them with patient. This way I create a desire to learn math rather than have to learn it. For example: I would teach the basic Multiplication facts by memorizing them in a fun musical rhymes.

...However, I am flexible and well-versed enough in the exam to employ whatever materials my students prefer. My background in literature is extensive and spans decades, with a primary emphasis on American, English and, to a lesser extent, French literature. I have had the opportunity to study ho...

...Since I have been teaching for ten years, pre-**algebra** is definitely a subject I am extremely confident to teach and tutor. It is so important for students to have a strong foundation in their **algebra** skills to succeed in future courses. I have taught some type of Algebra course every year so far, so I am familiar with common mistakes and how to resolve them.

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