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High school students who intend on pursuing a college degree may likely be required to complete algebra courses. While the abstract nature of the subject may confuse many students, having a good foundation in algebra is important for a number of skills. If your child plans to work in various fields, such as business, social sciences, or even technology, they may be required to apply algebraic concepts. For this reason, it is important that they have a strong foundation in the subject. Contact Varsity Tutors for assistance in connecting with algebra tutors near Omaha.

If your child is struggling with algebra, you should consider employing the services of an experienced tutor. The educational directors at Varsity Tutors are experienced at connecting students in Omaha with algebra tutors, and they are happy to try to help your child get the assistance he or she needs to succeed. Your child's tutor may assist them through a student-centered, interactive learning program that puts their needs at the front. This means that every lesson plan is carefully designed to meet your child's specific goals, while accommodating their personality and preferred learning style. Whether your student is looking to develop a strong foundation in the subject or simply prepare for the math component of the Nebraska State Accountability Assessment, a private tutor may aid them in reaching their goal.

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Omaha, NE Algebra tutoring
We worked on solving systems of equations using elimination. These were word problems where the variable was not identified. We worked on setting up the equations and determining the variables. Once we got to that part, the student had no problem solving the equations. He did have some challenges with figuring out some of the equations for the more complicated problems.
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Omaha, NE Algebra tutoring
Today the student worked on his algebra homework concerning solving equations with more than one variable. He did very well on it! He also worked on his science lab report about mixtures and pure substances.
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Omaha, NE Algebra tutoring
This session focused on exercises to prepare the students to factor quadratic trinomials. Topics included listing the factors of numerical and variable quantities, identifying the greatest common factor of groups of two and three quantities, factoring binomials and trinomials by diving out a common factor, and identifying quadratic trinomials versus non-quadratic trinomials. The student also completed the section in which all the factor pairs of a number are listed and then subsequently she identified which factor pair adds to a given number. It was a productive session.
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Omaha, NE Algebra tutoring
In this session with the student, I helped her with practice problems for her upcoming test, specifically percent problems. She was struggling most with understanding and converting the problems into mathematical solution, so I helped her by providing example problems and solving them along with her. She felt more confident as time went by. I left her some practice problems to do on her own as well. In the next session, I will work with her to prepare better for tests.
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Omaha, NE Algebra tutoring
The student is getting very good grades in her class. She excels in all topics. She is very hard working and likes to challenge herself. During this session, we worked on multiplying polynomials. She was able to understand the problems. Towards the end of the session we worked on dividing polynomials. She now has a head start into this topic.
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Omaha, NE Algebra tutoring
We reviewed solving for systems of equations using a graded quiz that he completed earlier during the school week. We re-worked graphing equations to identify their solutions (x- and y-coordinates for the intersecting point where the two lines meet) and discussed changing equations into y = mx + b format to make them easier to graph using their y-intercepts and slope. We also reviewed problems that used substitution and elimination to solve systems of equations. For substitution, I advised him to select his "favorite" variable and equation and solve for that variable in that equation first; after finding the value or expression for x or y, we then practiced plugging those into the second equation to solve for the other missing variable. I also advised him to check his work by plugging in both x and y values into the equations to make sure they correctly fit in the equations and provide the right answers. For elimination, we practiced re-writing equations in order for x and y to be on the same side of the equation and to select a number to multiply by and cancel out one of the variables. I extended this concept for him by providing him an example of a systems of equations problem in which he would have to multiply both equations by a selected number to cancel out one of the variables; he mentioned that they would probably cover this in detail next week as well as calculator use for solving systems of equations. He seemed to have a good grasp of the material and said it was helpful for us to review the problem-solving steps again; he may need some additional practice with different problem formats for the systems of equations, using/changing the correct signs (positive or negative) for his numbers and variables, and checking his solutions with the calculator by plugging in his values, even if they are fractions or decimals as answers. He was very cooperative and engaged during the session. Beyond review of his quiz, he mentioned that he would probably have more work and practice for us next week.
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