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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 can be an intimidating and difficult subject to master. If Mollweide's formula is getting the best of you, perhaps it is time to consider a personal tutor. Varsity Tutors can assist you in your search for a dedicated and professional trigonometry tutor in New York City, New York. You can set up times to meet with your tutor based on your schedule at a place and time that is convenient for you (including online).

New York City trigonometry tutors can work with you on a variety of areas, including spherical angles, solid angles, versine, trig ratio, and tangents. Maybe you understand the vast majority of the concepts covered in your trigonometry class, but you are struggling with Ptolemy's theorem. Whether you need to cover a broad array of trigonometry concepts or just one, your tutor can help. You can receive individual attention from your tutor, who can offer you one-on-one sessions focused on your areas of confusion within the subject. This allows for an effective and efficient tutoring session, as you are not required to spend extra time on areas you already understand (as you would in a classroom).

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Session Summaries by Trigonometry Tutors

Trigonometry Tutoring review by Sean in New York City, NY
We went through each review problem, but this time with different tweaking of the variables. If he reviews each problem and practices them a bit, he should be good to go for the test.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Joseph in New York City, NY
We worked ahead, practicing using the Law of Sines after having looked at it briefly last week. He picked up on the patterns of the Law of Sines problems quickly, and he seemed to have no trouble focusing tonight either.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Ian in New York City, NY
We worked through a quiz over trig function manipulation and inverse trig functions. The student was able to work much of it without help. We then when through most of a section on more trig function manipulation and phase shift and worked a homework assignment on the topic.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Samantha in New York City, NY
The student and I began to discuss angles, or specifically, the difference between quadrantal and coterminal angles. She went through her homework problems and practiced finding coterminal angles and determining the quadrant that the angle terminated in. She is doing well with this topic.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Trisha in New York City, NY
In this session, we continued with the Unit 1 material for trigonometry. Along with conversion factors between radians/degrees/revolutions, the student was introduced to the equation for arc length and how to solve word problems based on it. Using this formula, we also tackled problems that involved finding the distance between two cities given the latitude and longitude. These problems required the student to be able to connect all the information together, including the arc length formula, conversion factors, and converting latitudes to decimal degrees in a calculator. These problems were definitely more challenging but will make good practice for him come test time.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Lee in New York City, NY
The student and I have been ahead of the assignment for a few days. Today her teacher gave them a worksheet on graphing parametric equations. We did a problem with free fall, which her teacher gave them because they are a type of parametric equation.
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