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Math is one of the most important things we learn. Because of this, we start early. Even before kindergarten, most students know how to count to ten. Through school, they are expected to learn everything from addition to multiplying fractions and solving equations. This wide variety of information may be a challenge to some students, especially with the increasing rigorous expectations of schools. This, coupled with the cookie-cutter approach of the classroom, may make a budding mathematician fall behind and lose their love for numbers and everything they entail. The help of a tutor may help restore a love for math and help a student go from struggling or just average to accelerated and beyond. Let Varsity Tutors help you find a tutor in Omaha, NE, who may assist your young student in understanding their math course and finding a love for mathematics. Tutoring in mathematics may also help improve scores on the homework, the NeSA (Nebraska State Accountability Assessments), and many other standardized tests.

Varsity Tutors may help streamline your child's studying to suit their specific needs by finding a skilled math tutor in Omaha. We take into account your budding mathematician's specific needs and goals, including availability, learning style, problem topics, and personality, when selecting the perfect tutor for them. From there, the tutor may do a simple diagnostic to discover specifically what the student needs help with and to find any educational gaps that may be slowing them down. After the tutor has a good grasp of your student's needs, they may create an individualized learning plan to try to help your child achieve their educational goals.

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Omaha, NE Math tutoring
There was no homework again today, so I took the opportunity to show the student some new things. First we looked through the 7th grade state assessment test, to see how much she already knows. Surprisingly, the student was already able to do most of this exam. The one thing that she did not know was the nth term. I showed the student how to do this. I showed her how to get the nth term from a sequence of numbers and also how to find a certain term in the sequence, given the nth term. She understood this, but could use some more practice with it. She had difficulty with the sequences, which would result in negative first terms. This led to a quick lesson in negative integers, and how to add and subtract them. I made the student a number line, with certain rules for adding and subtracting both negative and positive integers. We used the remaining time that we had to go on two tablet apps that I own. The first one involved finding the interior angles of a triangle and quadrilateral, and the second one involved algebra. For the first app, the student had to find interior angles in a triangle, given two other angles, or just one angle and the type of triangle it was. She was good at this. She also needed to find exterior angles of a triangle, that sat on an extended line. She needed help with this at first, but didn't want me to tell her how to do it. She was very eager to finish the level, which was great. She now completely understands this concept! The second app was an algebra app of varying levels. I suggested she start on the middle level, however she insisted on completing the hardest level. The hardest level involved algebra that she has never seen before, particularly equations with parentheses and multiplication of negative integers. I had to explain to her how to multiply the parentheses out of the equation, then apply PEMDAS to the equation, before finally solving for x. I thought she wouldn't want to do it, but the student embraced the challenge and really enjoyed completing the problems. She enjoyed them so much that she downloaded the app to her phone, right then and there.
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Omaha, NE Math tutoring
We worked on parabolas and hyperbolas. The student was absent from class for this topic, so we worked on homework problems as well as example problems.
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Omaha, NE Math tutoring
We reviewed concepts in sequences and series and the student applied them to practice homework problems from the textbook.
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Omaha, NE Math tutoring
We continued working on conic sections. He seems to really grasp ellipses. Hyperbolas will probably be as solid by the time he finishes the packet, which was not done by the time I left.
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Omaha, NE Math tutoring
We went over more AP test practice questions to prepare him for the AP exam coming up on Wednesday. There were some problems he struggled with, but all in all, it seems like a good session to me.
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Omaha, NE Math tutoring
We worked through about 20 multiple-choice problems and a few free response questions in preparation for his upcoming AP Calculus BC test this week.
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