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Inverse trigonometric functions may seem like a foreign language to you right now, but a private tutor can help with that. Varsity Tutors can assist you in your search for a dedicated trigonometry tutor in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, who can work with you around your schedule. This flexibility also allows you to work with your tutor online!

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, trigonometry tutors can work with you on concepts such as tangents, secants, cosines, and trigonometric ratios. You can go through as many or as few concepts as you need to with your tutor. Perhaps you understand the majority of the concepts covered in class, but you would just like a review with a tutor to further embed the information in your mind. Your tutor can spend as much or as little time as you want going over the topics that you chose to discuss. You can also go over these areas at a pace that works best for your learning. Do you need to spend some extra time covering arc or cosecant, leaving plenty of time for questions peppered throughout the session? Your tutor can be there with answers. On the other hand, you may choose to quickly review angular units and complementary angles, and completely skip hypotenuse topics. This is okay too. Your tutoring session is solely focused on your learning goals and needs. Because of this, you are able to control the session, deciding what is covered and at what rate so you can try to get the most out of your tutor experience.

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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Sean in Philadelphia, PA
We went over a problem set, question by question. The concepts were a little more involved this time, but the student was able to understand the basis of them. Practice will help solidify his ability to solve the problems.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Joseph in Philadelphia, PA
Today, the student and I practiced using the double-angle, half-angle, sum-of-angles, and difference-of-angles identities to solve trigonometric equations and find trig values for unusual angle measures. He started to pick up on the sorts of patterns he needs to look for in solving these problems by the time we finished. I suggested that he practice some more on his own over the weekend.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Samantha in Philadelphia, PA
The student and I reviewed the concept of tangent. We had gone over that in our previous lesson, but she had just learned it in class. In the end, we also began the concepts of secant, co-secant, and co-tangent.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Lee in Philadelphia, PA
The student is doing well in Trigonometry this semester. We have been a couple of assignments ahead of her class, and the results have been good (two As on quizzes in a row, which has never happened). We continued work on vectors today, and we went through two different homework assignments that mainly focused on dot products and angles between vectors.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Trisha in Philadelphia, PA
The student has a quiz over the unit circle tomorrow, so we spent the majority of our session reviewing that. He is learning to memorize the radians for each degree, so we tried to come up with tricks to help him. Otherwise, he has the angle and coordinates memorized, as well as manipulating the unit circle to find coordinates for other angles that aren't standard.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Eric in Philadelphia, PA
Today's session with the student went well. It was our first session in awhile due to the holidays and her family moving. We worked on her math project which was modeling a naturally occurring oscillating movement with a sinusoidal function. She had most of it correct. I reviewed with her some of the more abstract parts of the problem. We then moved on to start working with identities and solving trig equations. I didn't see any grades this time. I also reviewed the translational motion of the graph, which I explained to her and she seemed to understand. I left her with the task of memorizing the unit circle and her trig identities. There are no concerns at this time.
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