## High School

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### ALGEBRA 1

Algebra is a branch of mathematics that prepares students for calculus-level college courses. Students learn new vocabulary that pertains to symbols, equations, and mathematical rules. Your student must keep up with classroom lessons at this stage of their education because each new lesson builds upon the previous one.

Our tutors cover core concepts, including:

• Relationships between quantities
• Solving equations and inequalities
• Linear and exponential relationships
• Rate conversion
• Describing data
• Sequences
• Absolute value
• Transformations
• Coordinate geometry

### ALGEBRA 2

• Exponential and logarithmic functions
• Complex numbers
• Matrices
• Polynomial functions of higher degree
• Conic sections
• Normal distribution
• Modeling
• Logarithms

### GEOMETRY

Geometry is the branch of mathematics that studies the properties, measurements, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids. At the high school level, this course is designed to prepare students for Calculus as well.

Our tutors teach and illustrate core concepts, including:

• Transformations
• Similarity
• Congruence
• Proofs
• Right triangle trigonometry
• Circles
• Volume
• Algebraic and geometric connections
• Applications of probability

### PRE-CALCULUS

Pre-Calculus is a prerequisite to Calculus that involves studying advanced algebra and trigonometric functions. It provides an appropriate background for the mathematical concepts, problems, issues, and techniques that students will later see in Calculus.

Topics that our tutors cover include:

• Complex numbers
• Polynomials
• Composite functions
• Trigonometry
• Vectors
• Matrices
• Series
• Conic sections
• Probability
• Combinatorics

### CALCULUS

Calculus is a branch of mathematics that looks for methods for systemically determining a result. Students learn to examine limits and the differentiation and integration of functions with one or more variables.

The concepts we thoroughly cover with students include:

• Reasoning and estimation
• Functions
• Limits and continuity
• Applications of derivatives
• Analyzing functions
• Differential equations
• Integrals

### TRIGONOMETRY

Trigonometry is the branch of mathematics concerned with the relationships between the sides and angles of triangles and the calculations upon which these relationships are based.

Our tutors demystify many trigonometric concepts, including:

• The six trigonometric functions
• Circular functions
• Graphs of trigonometric functions
• The law of sines and cosines
• Trigonometric identities
• Trigonometric equations
• The polar coordinate system