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About Country Homes

Country Homes, Washington, is a census designated place (CDP) and it is located in Spokane County. The CDP has a population of approximately 6,000 residents. A CDP is a term that is used in lieu of village, town, or city to describe a populated area that is unincorporated. The closest city is Spokane, Washington, which is approximately half an hour away.

Country Homes, Washington, has one high school, which is called Mead High School. However, students from Country Homes are eligible to attend schools in the East Valley School District, the Mead School District, the Central Valley School District, and the Spokane School District. There are a variety of top colleges and universities in the Spokane, Washington, area, including Washington State University Spokane, Whitworth University, and Gonzaga University. It also has several community colleges, such as Spokane Community College and Spokane Falls Community College. These top schools might be within the realm of possibility if you reach out to private tutors in Country Homes, for tutoring either in-home or online, to receive subject instruction or test prep. Online or in-home tutoring in Country Homes might benefit anyone who wishes to have private one-on-one instruction for their test prep or school work.

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Today we reviewed inverse trigonometric functions. I feel she is prepared to take the exam. Her attitude was very positive, and we were able to review all her worksheets.
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Country Homes, WA tutoring
Today we worked on solving equations with radicals and large exponents. We reviewed the student's class notes and I offered some suggestions about how to understand them better. She seemed to grasp the material well when we started to work though the questions.
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Tonight, the student continued working on her extra credit sheets. She did not have any homework so we worked a sheet of fractions that I brought to her. I promised to bring her a chart showing all the prime numbers from 1-100 tomorrow to make these problems easier.
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We discussed the student's test review packet on similar triangles. We reviewed identifying similar triangles, using proportions to solve for side lengths of similar triangles, and combining algebra with proportions to solve similar triangles.
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We solved problems given on several work sheets related to the topic of slope - intersect form of a line. The problems basically cover: - How to identify the slope and the y-intercept from a line equation. - How to write the line equation given the slope and the y-intercept. - How to draw the line (given the in slope - intercept form ) on a graph. - How to write the line equation if you only have the graph.
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We worked on finding the volume of solids using integration of a function applied to some geometry. For example, saying that each cross section is the side of a square and integrating to find the volume of the shape. We worked on current homework as well as a homework the student will have soon. We covered the geometry of squares, right isosceles triangles, semicircles, and equilateral triangles. We also dealt with problems having a function in the form x=f(y) as well as in y=f(x). We covered a good bit, and he seemed to understand the process quite well.
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