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About Attleboro

Attleboro is a city located in Bristol County, Massachusetts. It has a population of 43,600 residents and is less than 40 miles from Boston and 10 miles from Providence, Rhode Island.

Students in Attleboro are serviced by the Attleboro School District, where they attend Attleboro High School. Private tutoring in Attleboro is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Attleboro for test prep and help with course material, so that you can work towards enrolling in a college of your dreams.

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Tutoring review by Anna in Attleboro, RI
The student and I did a lot of review yesterday and made progress in her understanding of sequences and summations. We started by going over some of the arithmetic summation problems. We spent the rest of the session going over the analogous formula and problems for geometric sequences. We'll do some more practice with geometric summations next time, then talk a bit about infinite series and do some word problems before wrapping up this topic!
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Tutoring review by Benjamin in Attleboro, RI
First we filled in some of his class notes, which his teacher had posted online. They were on exothermic/endothermic reactions, phase changes and acids and bases. Once we had a bunch of those recorded, we worked on doing some practice problems in his homework packet.
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Tutoring review by Jennifer in Attleboro, RI
We spent the first third of the session going over geometric vectors and the appropriate notation for them. The student was struggling the abstract representation (x + n, y -b) even though he was able to solve them with actual numbers. Secondly, we moved ahead in his geometry book to matrices and adding, subtracting, and multiplying them. I explained that this connected to vectors and translation, reflection and dilation of geometric figures. Lastly, we moved ahead to some concepts with circles. I asked him to connect with his teacher to determine which content will be on the final exam, so that we can begin preparing.
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Tutoring review by Lee in Attleboro, RI
We continued work on the assessment on inscribed and circumscribed triangles. We completed the lesson.
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Tutoring review by Kassaundra in Attleboro, RI
Throughout the week, I have been helping the student with her homework. During the session, we worked on correcting her quiz and also going over the next chapter the teacher is going over.
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Tutoring review by Andrew in Attleboro, RI
The student and I worked through some word problems characterized by higher-order polynomials. We also discussed general strategies for working with word problems, such as drawing diagrams when appropriate and circling key phrases and information in the statement of the problem.
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