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About Bryan

Bryan is the county seat of Brazos County in Texas, and is a part of the 16th-largest metropolitan area in the state. In 1867, the city was connected to the Texas Central Railroad, which caused a boom in Bryan's population and economy. Texas A&M College was opened to the south of the city in 1876, and in 1877, the Bryan Independent School District was formed. Bryan has a population of around 81,000 people, and its nicknames are "The Good Life" and "Texas Style."

The Bryan Independent School System serves the public school needs of this community, and it contains four secondary institutions; among these are the Bryan Collegiate High School, James Earl Rudder High School, The Mary Catherine Harris School, and Travis B Bryan High School. The Harmony Science Academy is a separate charter school located in Bryan. Bryan, TX, tutoring could help you achieve academic excellence and surpass your goals.

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Tutoring review by Patrice in Bryan, TX
We covered stoichiometry extensively and writing reaction equations. At the onset, the student didn't know what diatomic particles were, the different types of reactions, or how to balance equations. By the end of our session, she was tying all of the concepts together to complete her review sheet!
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Tutoring review by Luke in Bryan, TX
On Tuesday, we primarily covered factoring polynomials. We discussed a variety of polynomials, including those that could be easily factored, those that had to be factored using systems of equations, and those that were only solvable by the quadratic equation. I helped the student with a variety of techniques for seeing factors more quickly, and he took to them well. He certainly needs to keep practicing to become quicker and more confident, but he did very well in correctly applying the techniques to solve factoring problems. He was able to spot the proper factors for quadratic polynomials in which the leading coefficient is greater than one by testing factors of a quadratic polynomial's constant in his head, which was quite commendable. I suspect that if he continues practicing, he will do quite well with this unit's material. It certainly seemed more natural for him than matrix arithmetic (which is not unusual, of course, considering that most people are only rarely exposed to the concepts of matrices). He also seemed to be in improved spirits after having a break from school, which was almost certainly helpful.
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Tutoring review by Liban in Bryan, TX
Went over the study guide for the final. The student needed a little help with interpreting sinusoids and graphing them. I showed him models with all coefficients identified and interpreted. We did some practice working with trig functions, including graphing them, identifying period, amplitude, and shifts. He picked up the material rather quick and was able to do all the work efficiently. We then worked on quadratics including transformations and shifts. I showed him how to complete the square and had him practice with it until he felt comfortable with the process. We then went over the vertex form produced and identified/interpreted all coefficients involved. He takes his final on Friday.
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Tutoring review by Stephanie in Bryan, TX
The student did well this session. He was confident when asked to present ideas about specific ACT Writing Prompts.
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Tutoring review by Edgar in Bryan, TX
We looked at the different types of T-tests and compared z-test vs t-test. We also looked at the t-tests assumptions.
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Tutoring review by Jerilynn in Bryan, TX
We reviewed finding the values of various trigonometric functions using the unit circle, particularly the secant and cosecant functions, by taking the reciprocal of the cosine and sine functions. We also reviewed negative angles and angles formed by multiple revolutions. We practiced sketching a graph and writing a sinusoidal function from a word problem. Lastly, we looked through several of the student's old quizzes and worksheets and looked at the problems that she lost points on. She is doing better with the trigonometric functions now that she knows how they all relate to the sine or cosine functions, and she is doing well writing the equation of a sinusoidal function from a graph.
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