I have 5 years of 1:1 tutoring experience and over 10 years experience teaching. I have a Bachelor's in Business and also have some Master's work completed.
My favorite and best subject to tutor is Algebra, but I also enjoy English.
I have been successful tutoring my students, and I would like an opportunity to help another student/client.
Subjects of Expertise
Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Grammar
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Starting with the basics is variables (symbols for an unknown number, usually a letter like x or y) involving integers (an integer is a whole number, not a fraction). “Evaluate variable expressions involving integers” is the same as saying “solve for x using whole numbers”. With this, we need to know the following: 1) We…
Variable expressions involving rational numbers are one of the first lessons in Algebra 2. A rational number is basically a fraction or a decimal, but it can’t repeat forever (infinity). Technically, it’s “any number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction p/q of two integers.”-mathforum.org. For example, .8, which can be expressed as…