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About Bristol

Located twenty miles from Hartford, Bristol, CT, is known as the home of ESPN. With a population of approximately 60,000 residents, Bristol is known as Bell City due to it being revolutionary in the manufacturing of spring driven-door bells. Founded in 1785, Bristol is the location of Muzzy Field, which is the oldest baseball field in the U.S. and is the nation's oldest operational theme park. With deep roots in the clock making industry, Bristol is home to the American Clock and Watch Museum.

Bristol Public School District oversees two high schools. Bristol Central High is ranked 31st in Connecticut and within the top six percent nationally by "U.S. News & World Report." It is also a Vanguard School. If you are worried about that big exam coming up, online or in-person tutoring in Bristol could help you work to try to get ahead in your test prep.

Top tutors from Columbia and other respected universities serving the NYC metro area. 4.9/5.0 Satisfaction Rating*

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I helped the student to solve the handouts covering the Midpoints and Points of Concurrency. She had questions about how to determine Incenter, Circumcenter, Centroid and Orthocenter. I went over the definitions with her; so she was able to fill out the missing words for the homework. We solved for the distance between two points, found the indicated measure and found the length of each segment.
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We studied arithmetic/geometric series and summations. Further, we discussed permutations and combinations. Lastly, we discussed probability and binomial coefficients.
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Bristol, CT tutoring
We continued to study for the student's geometry final exam. We mostly made note cards and I answered some questions about the specifics. I assigned him more note cards to finish before our next session.
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We first reviewed order of operations first. Then, we went over the lessons in her textbook, namely solving linear equations and solving equations with absolute values. We also talked about how to set up and solve word problems. The student was highly motivated and started studying before our session.
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The student and I covered topics from his homework, including but not limited to: plane geometry (identifying vertical angles, same side interior angles, alternate exterior angles, and alternate interior angles for two lines cut by a transversal), finding the angle measures for two parallel lines cut by a transversal and listing the reasons, and some algebra associated with solving problems. The student was very cooperative throughout the session. He needed some guided practice but improved conceptually as the session progressed. He was able to identify that corresponding angles for parallel lines are congruent when finding the angle measures.
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Today, the student and I reviewed the topics related to the Federal Reserve, its role and connection to monetary policy, and monetary policy actions that are taken to adjust the supply of reserves (including the purchase and sale of government securities, bonds, etc.) This was also connected to the influence of policy upon the federal funds rate, and we also reviewed the concepts related to the demand for reserves. Other topics covered included quantitative easing and the liquidity trap (which takes into consideration how monetary policy may not be effective and the factors influencing this trap). She performed well!
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