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Are inverse functions or Thales' theorem giving you a hard time? Are you afraid that your uncertainty on the Gudermannian function may cause you to fall behind in your trigonometry course? Whether it is one or multiple concepts that are causing you problems, a private tutor can help. Varsity Tutors can assist you in connecting with a professional trigonometry tutor in St. Louis, Missouri, who can work with you at a place and time that is convenient for you - including online.

A private St. Louis trigonometry tutor can go over concepts such as the law of cosines and spherical angles with you in a one-on-one setting. The individual attention you can receive from your tutor allows you to ask all the questions you need for each concept being taught. This is not always the case in a large classroom setting. Your tutor can also work with you at your own unique pace. Perhaps you are not struggling at all with trigonometry; on the contrary, you feel your class is moving too slowly, and you want to keep moving on new topics. If this is the case, then your tutor can begin teaching you concepts from the upcoming lessons in your trigonometry course, allowing you to move ahead of the class. If, however, you are struggling with a concept, your tutor can cover this slowly and meticulously, going over each aspect of the concept with you.

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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Sean in St. Louis, MO
We went over the student's review sheet, problem-by-problem, and dissected each concept within. He had a good grasp of the problems from the past, but we needed to practice the newer concepts a bit more (circular arrangements, angular velocity, sinusoid graphs). We will review each of these problems in tomorrow's session.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Kimberly in St. Louis, MO
The student got his trig test back and we went over the test and once I explained how to solve inverse trig functions he seemed fine and got through the material no problem. Other than reviewing the trig test, we finished Act III of Macbeth and finished his essay. We also went over solving equations with trig functions (i.e. 3sin(x)+1=3, solve for x). I showed him how to do it and after a bit of guidance on the first couple of problems he was able to do it on his own.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Trisha in St. Louis, MO
In this session, we prepared for the student's quiz over the next concept in Trig. It was over the half angle and double angle formulas. He did pretty well with these problems, as it was similar to the equations before that dealt with plugging in values and solving for them.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Allison in St. Louis, MO
Today we moved on to radians. First we did some multiple choice problems asking for the function value of trig functions with the angles in radians. At first she was having a little trouble converting into degrees, and she was setting up an equation every time. I showed her some quick ways of figuring out what the degree measure was, so she didn't have to write out the equation every time. We then did more problems with radian measure and trig identities, and some word problems. We did a question asking for the coordinates on a circle (cos, sin) but the radius wasn't 1 like the unit circle, so we talked about situations like that, and how you multiple the trig identity by the radius to get the coordinates.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Matthew in St. Louis, MO
I met the student to help him with an assignment on trig identities. They're proving and applying the sum identities for sine, cosine, and tangent. He's gotten them down really well. We also used the sum identities to develop the double and half-angle formulas, and then we used those in working identity proof problems. He was a little unsure at first, but now I think he can handle any of them.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Anne in St. Louis, MO
We practiced converting angles from degree measure to radians or to radian measure (this form is "in terms of pie"), by setting up a proportion: degrees/radians = 180/pie. (To convert degree measure to radian measure multiply by pie/180 and to convert from radian measure to degree measure multiply by 180/pie.) We also practiced doing problems with cofunctions. The cofunctions of complimentary angles are equal in value, for example Sin 25 degrees = Cos (90 - 25). Tangent and cotangent are cofunctions, and secant and cosecant are cofunctions. She did well and had felt confident with this topic. We did some problems from the text book for extra practice.
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