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How we help you master: Algebra
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How can a Algebra tutor from Varsity Tutors help you master Algebra?
Algebra is an ancient branch of mathematics, which finds the earliest glimmerings of its wisdom in the Greeks and Babylonians (and in India and China). Medieval Persia, however, is really where algebra started coalescing as a true discipline. Nearly 1200 years ago, al-Khwārizmī, a mathematician in Abbasid Baghdad codified and systematized linear and quadratic equations, truly distinguishing algebra from earlier proto-algebraic assays. Algebra continued to develop in the great centers of learning of the medieval Islamic world, coming to Europe in the form of Latin translations of Arabic manuscripts. In Europe of the Early Modern, Enlightenment, and Modern periods, and through the work of many great mathematicians, like Fermat, Descartes, Leibniz, and Boole, algebra continued to grow and change (as it still does).
Do you have trouble with figuring out x and y, in formulas or on graphs? Or do word problems confuse you? You are not alone—algebra can be a challenging subject to master, even for students who excel in other types of math. When taking introductory algebra, more advanced courses in the subject, or even basic trigonometry, an algebra tutor from Varsity Tutors can make a significant difference in your grasp of the subject and your grade in class. Our tutors are accessible in cities across the country, providing quality algebra tutoring no matter where you may be located. These educational professionals have demonstrated mastery in algebra and have exceptional teaching skills. They can even meet in a location of your choosing, at a time that suits you best. Personalized lessons and customized learning plans are a staple of Varsity Tutors’ algebra tutoring, allowing you to take control of your math education.
Today, you might need to solve a system of equations, find the midpoint of a line, or understand a linear inequality. Perhaps analyzing polynomials, working with probability formulas, or graphing slope is giving you trouble. All of these things and many more fall under the study of algebra, and an expert in algebra can help you progress to understanding and even mastering this material.
Algebra is about relationships between changing numbers, and a skilled tutor can help you discover these numbers and deal with the variables used in their place. Our tutors can craft an individualized study plan to ensure that you review only the content you have already learned, are expected to know, and find confusing. By working one-on-one, you will move at your own pace and be able to slow down to master concepts that you find particularly challenging, as well as spend less time on reviewing what you already understand. Call Varsity Tutors’ educational directors today to learn more about how we can help you with algebra tutoring anywhere in the United States!