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Hello. I am Kisung Yoon, and I am a senior in high school. I am currently in the ARISTA Honor Society, and I have tutored my fellow students from my school in Algebra I, Algebra 2, Global History, US History, and Biology. Not only that, I also tutored my younger sisters on the standardized tests mainly in math(cc).Due to my personal experiences, I am able to teach kids in grades 3-6(CC). I do prefer to work at home as well as online tutoring to help our children to grow as smarter and to grow more knowledgeable students to be able to apply the concepts into other parts of school subjects, but more importantly, they will be able to apply logical reasoning and memorization as well as other aspects of being ready to deal with real-life situations.

Education

All Highschool Required

Subjects of Expertise

Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Biology, Chemistry, U.S. History, World History, Elementary Math (K-6th)

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30 Tutorials by Kisung Y

Radical Equation Posted by: Kisung Y on Apr 09, 2018

There are many kinds of equations out there in math. One of them is the radical equation. The radical is this, √, but this is actually a square root, but I will explain. Each of these equations has the same basic concept of trying to isolate the variable to try to make it equal. In…

Usages of Genetic Engineering Posted by: Kisung Y on Apr 09, 2018

There are uses of genetic engineering that can benefit the society. Once again, I reiterate the definition of genetic engineering, which is the direct modification of the characteristics of an organism by manipulating its genetic material by using biotechnology.

Reasons for Genetic Engineering Posted by: Kisung Y on Apr 09, 2018

Genetic engineering is the direct modification of the characteristics of an organism by manipulating its genetic material by using biotechnology. Obviously there are pros and cons for genetic engineering, but for this tutorial, I will state the pros.

Acids and Bases Posted by: Kisung Y on Apr 09, 2018

In the pH scale, there are acids and bases from 0 to 14. The acids are from 0 to less than 7. The nases are from more than 7 to 14. However, there are even stronger acids and bases that goes below 0 and above 14. If you use a litmus paper, red represents the…

What are the properties of quadrilaterals? Posted by: Kisung Y on Apr 04, 2018

In geometry, the parallelogram and the trapezoid are the fundamental quadrilaterals respectively to classify their own type. The types of parallelograms are the rectangle, rhombus, and square. The types of the trapezoid are the isosceles trapezoid and a right trapezoid.

Triangle Proofs Posted by: Kisung Y on Apr 04, 2018

In triangle proofs, we try to prove two triangles to be congruent based on the five main theorems alongside with some other statements to fill out or given. However, they are two triangle theorems that are known as “donkey theorems” because the two triangles are not congruent.

Revolutions Posted by: Kisung Y on Apr 03, 2018

In France and Russia, there were slogans shouting out for what the vast majority of the people wanted during the French Revolution and the Russian Revolution.

How to Find Prime Numbers In A Chart of 1 to 100? Posted by: Kisung Y on Apr 03, 2018

Finding prime numbers in a chart of 1 to 100 can be helpful to memorize and to understand with dealing with small numbers. However, a chart would not be practical for doing homework, a quiz, or a test. Nevertheless, the steps that I have provided in dealing with numbers from 1 to 100 is a…

How to Find Prime Numbers? Posted by: Kisung Y on Apr 03, 2018

Prime numbers are numbers that can be divided by 1 and itself. 1 is not a prime number since it is only divided by 1. It has to have only two factors. For example, 8 is not a prime number because it has more than two factors. We call this a composite number, which has…

Roman Republic Posted by: Kisung Y on Apr 01, 2018

By around 494 BCE, the plebians revolted and set their base camp outside of the city Rome’s walls. The patricians or the aristocrats helped end the revolt and made a way for plebians and other citizens of Rome to understand the rules. They posted it in the Forum, which was like a metropolitan area.

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