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About Broken Arrow

Broken Arrow is a city located in Tulsa County, Oklahoma. It has a population of 98,900 residents and it part of the Tulsa Metropolitan Area, which borders Broken Arrow to the northwest. The average income for families living in Broken Arrow is $74,400, and its largest employers include Blue Bell Creameries and Windstream Communications.

Most of the students living in Broken Arrow are part of the Broken Arrow Public Schools, which is home to the nationally ranked Union Ninth Grade Center and Broken Arrow High School. Broken Arrow, OK, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which of the prestigious colleges and universities you wish to attend. This way you can prepare for entry into Northeastern State University - Broken Arrow campus or the Tulsa Technology Center. Online or in-home tutoring in Broken Arrow might benefit anyone who wishes to have private one-on-one instruction for their test prep or school work, as well as prepare for their careers. Broken Arrow, OK, tutors offer online or in-person tutoring sessions to give you the test prep and instruction you might need to try to do well on your big exam.

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Tutoring review by Deanna in Broken Arrow, OK
Reviewed multiplication. Learned what decimals are and worked on adding, subtracting, and multiplying decimals. Started working on exponents.
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Tutoring review by Arlene in Broken Arrow, OK
We covered quadratic equations and the Pythagorean Theorem. The student struggled with identifying the a, b, and c terms from the quadratic equation, but she eventually got it. I showed her to pay attention to the coefficients in front of the terms so she wouldn't get mixed up. I left her homework from her workbook.
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Tutoring review by Rahul in Broken Arrow, OK
Today was about getting acquainted with the student and evaluating her knowledge base. We discussed limits, derivatives, and touched on linearization at the end. She is bright but has a very weak foundation, which explains her struggles with calculus. I think that as she begins to understand the material more, her attitude towards math will become more positive.
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Tutoring review by Ih-Ren in Broken Arrow, OK
We did more problems on limits, including finding limits by eliminating common factors of fractions and checking right hand limit and left hand limit from graphs to determine if a limit exists. We also did problems to find x-intercepts and y-intercepts, vertical asymptotes, horizontal asymptotes, slant asymptotes, and domain and range of a given function.
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Tutoring review by Mary Jean in Broken Arrow, OK
We started our session by reviewing some stylistic and rhetorical devices. We then went through two of the practice essay prompts, identifying stylistic devices and analyzing how they were used by the author to further their argument. The student noticed elements such as repetition, parallelism, the connotation and denotation of particular words, as well as imagery and analogy. We then discussed how she might organize these observations into a coherent analytical narrative. We did this by discussing how she could outline her essays so that each observation builds on the last, culminating in an overarching argument about how they all connect. Next time, we will look at additional prompts and she will practice identifying rhetorical strategies and outlining on her own. In the following session, she will write another practice essay, using the skills she has been practicing.
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Tutoring review by Miguel in Broken Arrow, OK
The student and I went over his test review packet. The packet consisted of many derivative problems that involved product rule, quotient rule, and chain rule. Some of them asked us to find the equation of the tangent line at a specific point in slope intercept form. Other problems involved related rates and implicit differentiation. With the related rates problems, I explained that we need to appropriately identify what information is given to us and find out what the question is asking in order to find the answer.
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