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Receive personally tailored Math 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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There are many details involved in the subject of math. The right tutor can try to help your child learn every one of them. We realize that it can be hard for parents to help their kids in school since the implementation of Common Core. The independent tutors that Varsity Tutors could help you find are well versed in the techniques and methods of common core math. Varsity Tutors could help you find an independent math tutor in Cranston, RI.

The further students progress in math, the more confusing things get. This is challenging and fun when you have the right understanding of basic math functions, but it gets stressful if you aren't prepared. Your child needs to understand equations, decimals, the metric system, and measurements. For instance, the concept of order of operations is essential to the future math tasks your child could face. It's something they have to know well to perform adequately in the subject. This isn't the only example of this type. There are many concepts your child is learning in math class that they will draw upon later in their education. They are learning necessary techniques for more complicated math courses like algebra, geometry, and calculus. Our experienced educational directors are happy to help students in Cranston find a math tutor who might help them.

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Session Summaries by Math Tutors

Math Tutoring review by Isaac in Cranston, RI
In this session, I went over how to get the range of angle and range of speed with my client. After going through several examples that he had in his note, I was able to explain some part of his assignment to him while he figured out the remaining part by himself. It was a very interesting session, which focused mainly on particle motion and using anti-derivatives to get the velocity and position vector when given the acceleration. Overall, everything went well, and my client was satisfied with material.
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Math Tutoring review by Kendra in Cranston, RI
The student and I covered her biology notes which went over macromolecules - carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins.
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Math Tutoring review by Lavinia in Cranston, RI
I assessed the student's primary area of focus, which is multiplication. We discussed strategies that would allow her to complete multiplication between a single digit factor and a three-digit factor. I assisted her in applying a common technique of splitting the three digit factor into its smaller components (hundreds, tens, ones) and drawing a box around it and multiplying each of the numerals by the single digit factor. She completed her homework in that area and we began deciphering the word problems (2). I gave her a homework assignment--make multiplication flashcards for her 3s, 4s, 6s, 7s, 8s times tables. We will work on her speed and accuracy in this area.
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Math Tutoring review by Elizabeth in Cranston, RI
My first tutoring session with the student went very well. I got to know her and I asked her what areas of Math she needed help with the most. She told me she would like help with addition/subtraction, multiplication/division, and word problems. I was able to look through some of her school workbooks and some of her classwork. Together we worked on a few worksheets that I brought, where she was able to review whole numbers, estimation, and fractions. The student was able to round up to the nearest tenth, add/subtract double-digit numbers, and write fractions. She did well on all of the worksheets. I reminded her to take her time to prevent any errors. I assigned the student a fraction worksheet for homework and I also asked her to write out the 7 and 8 multiplication tables because she says she forgets those often. The student also showed me her school website where I can check her progress and create quizzes for her. Next week I will bring word problems for her to work on and I will log into her website to see what other areas she needs to review.
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Math Tutoring review by Megen in Cranston, RI
Today we worked on place value with one, tens, and hundreds. We used a place value mat and chips to help make numbers and determine the place value.
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Math Tutoring review by David in Cranston, RI
We covered some of the Pre-Calculus homework, half of which was actually applied math for finance. For those problems, the teacher had given the students a sheet of formulas, and we reviewed about 30 percent of the questions and used almost every formula. As he rightly noted, the problems were really just "plug and chug", so we just focused on how to tell which equations deal with continuously compounded interest as opposed to interest compounded a finite # of times in a given period. We then moved to another packet. This math was not as much plug and chug. We went through the definitions of functions, domains, etc... (and not the esoteric, academic definitions...used examples to make the concepts real). The other thing I noticed about the student was that he asks great questions. He wants to know all of the "why" involved and doesn't like to settle with using the mathematical symbol "e" without know what it really is. We made progress, but will benefit from more time together so we can create a game plan that puts him in the best position possible.
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