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Private In-Home and Online Trigonometry Tutoring in Milwaukee, WI

Receive personally tailored Trigonometry lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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Trigonometry is a field of study that delves into the relationships between triangles and angles. It may sound simple; however, there are many skills your child may need to develop. It calls for a combination of analytical thinking, mathematical skills, and a thorough understanding of each of the concepts it encompasses. There are many applications for trigonometry, including astronomy, art, baseball, and architecture. Your child may need to be able to retain a wide range of computations, such as SOH-CAH-TOA, to be able to succeed. Personalized trigonometry tutoring is available in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, that may provide your child with the best line of support for his or her course material.

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Session Summaries by Trigonometry Tutors

Trigonometry Tutoring review by Sean in Milwaukee, WI
Reviewed through all aspects of vectors (unit vectors, force equilibrium, boat/airplane/wind problems, cross products, dot products, areas of parallelograms, 3D graphing, and more). Practiced through the concepts of each problem type and went over the intuition of parallelepiped volume and plane equations.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Samantha in Milwaukee, WI
The student has an exam this Friday, so we went over all topics that we have covered dealing with functions and sequences. She definitely understands the subject, but is unsure of herself. We reviewed all important formulas and I told her that when she receives her test, she should write all formulas at the top of the page. I also went over some common patterns with exponents, which is a topic that confuses her. I told the student that she should write those patterns on the top of the page as well (-1^n, 2^n, 3^n, 1/2^n) so if she gets confused with a pattern, she could check those to see if one of those patterns fits.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Joseph in Milwaukee, WI
Tonight, the student and I practiced inverse trig relations and functions. The student quickly got the hang of the difference between the two. To help the student keep from confusing them in the future, I drew up a chart for him of the regular trig functions, inverse trig relations, and inverse trig functions with their respective domains and ranges.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Ian in Milwaukee, WI
We reviewed and wrote out the work for the quiz on inverse trig relations that the student took last session. We then went through the next section on unit circle and trig function relation to the unit circle. Included within the section were problems and an assignment on filling in blanks on a unit circle.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Eric in Milwaukee, WI
Today's session with the student went very well. We worked on reviewing trigonometry because she is allowed to retake one exam and that was her worst all year. It covered sine, cosine, graphing, solving complex identities. I did see her last exam and she did very well. We did the three corrections for the exam and she understood where she made her mistakes. I talked with her mother and she contacted her professor to get more practice problems for the student so that she could review the topic more.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Lee in Milwaukee, WI
The student is starting a new semester in trigonometry. We made it through two sections involving vectors. We translated vectors between Cartesian and polar coordinates, added and subtracted them, and applied them to real-world compass problems.
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