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About Concord

Concord is a city in North Carolina with over 85,000 residents. It is home to the Charlotte Motor Speedway and Concord Mills. It is one of the fastest growing communities in the Charlotte metropolitan area, and has various shopping venues located in the robust downtown area. The city lies within an area known as Metrolina, a region that includes Charlotte and Gastonia.

Schools in Concord are part of the Cabarrus County School system, which has 21 public educational institutions. One of the top secondary schools in the district is Cabarrus-Kannapolis Early College High, which offers students the opportunity to graduate from high school with an associate degree already in hand. If you are falling behind in your studies, online tutoring in Concord, NC, is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep. Tutors in Concord, NC, are a great way to work to improve, ace your college entrance exams, and get into top universities such as Elon University, which is the top-rated university in the southern United States in arts, business, communications, and law. If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Concord are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels.

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Tutoring review by Valentina in Concord, NC
The student and I studied Spanish and history today. We started with Spanish, covering the vocabulary of the family tree and the verb "tener." We reviewed pronunciation and spelling, and I quizzed him on direct translation using the vocabulary. He has a talent for translating. We spent the rest of the session studying for history since he has a test tomorrow. We covered the history of Islam in the Middle East and India from the 600s to the 1700s, studied from a review sheet, and completed a questionnaire.
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Tutoring review by John in Concord, NC
This was our second session studying for the student's final. We started by going over what he had trouble with yesterday but had improved at; a second day of it would cement it for him. We did completing the square, imaginary fractions, and simultaneous solutions with fractions. Then he pointed out on the study guide the problems he did not understand. These were mostly complicated exponents; there was a complicated completing of a square and a difficult decay function graph. We went through how to solve each of these problems. Then I gave him a review of the basics of logarithms, from inverse functions to using the properties of logarithms to solve or condense, expand or change the base of various equations. He will go over this again in class tomorrow, which should help seal his understanding.
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Tutoring review by Chandler in Concord, NC
The student had a practice sheet from school, and we reviewed it. It covered simplifying expressions involving variables. On one side, the variables were assigned values, and we could simplify to a single number. On the other side, the variables were not assigned values, and we could only simplify them so far. The student found the second side difficult (the first side was basically just an order-of-operations review, which is a cakewalk for him), but appeared stimulated by the challenge and ended up getting all the more difficult problems correct without my help. He's a fast learner.
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Tutoring review by Jerry in Concord, NC
Today we began the session with the odd and even functions. I showed the student how to determine whether a function is odd/even, or neither. An odd function means "opposite inputs produce opposite outputs, which means f(-x) = -f(x). An even function means "opposite inputs produce the same output", which is f(-x) = f(x). I always suggest him to find what f(-x) is and determine the function from there. He learns fast and we moved onto the difference quotient. I illustrated the significance of that and walked him through an example, so at the end, he strengthened his understanding. We then went over the inverse functions. He seemed to understand this topic because he could do the procedure himself (with occasional minor mistakes). We also did the integer function and analysis--he had a little trouble with this at first, but I walked him through 2 examples and he felt more comfortable at the end. Lastly, I introduced the concept of the limits and graphing/analyzing piece-wise defined functions. He got the concept at the end. I am glad with this.
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Tutoring review by Amanda in Concord, NC
Today we worked on comparing functions. The student asked great questions and was able to determine a plan for solving the problems. She just needs to work on the details like multiplication and division skills.
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Tutoring review by Roger in Concord, NC
The student is learning about proving congruence of overlapping triangles. We reviewed what makes triangles congruent, SAS, ASA , AAS, SSS and HL. Then we went over about 5 examples including writing the proofs. I left her with three problems for her to work out between now and our next session.
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