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Dallas is a county seat in Oregon's Polk County. Situated along the Rickreall Creek, the community was originally called "Cynthiana," for Cynthiana, Kentucky. Mrs. Thomas J. Lovelady gave the town the name, choosing her home town, though other sources claim that the name was based on Cynthia Ann, Jesse Applegate's wife who lived in Salt Creek. It was renamed to Dallas after it was chosen for the county seat in the late 1870s, named for George Mifflin Dallas, James Polk's vice president.

The city is served by the Dallas School District 2. The top school in the district is Dallas High School, which has the highest and most consistent graduation rates in the area. The personal test prep instruction you can get from online or in-home private Dallas, Oregon, tutoring might give you an edge to get into the best schools. To help you work towards success in your courses, expert online or in-home private tutoring from tutors in Dallas is offered for both general class instruction and test prep. Western Oregon University in Monmouth is a public university that provides undergraduate and graduate program opportunities. If you are worried about getting into your top school selections, online tutoring in Dallas is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep.

You can explore many community facilities to have a good time. The Dallas Aquatic Center is a five-pool center with water slides, a spray fountain, and an entire lazy river. There are several events held at the Aquatic Center, such as Adults Only Moonlight Swim, the Annual Kids Triathlon, ARC Wednesdays, and Tot Time. It can be found in the Roger Jordan Community Park, where you can play tennis, soccer, and baseball, as well as enjoy the skate park. The Aquatic Center offers aqua therapy, water aerobics, swim lessons, and lap swimming. The Civic Center is part of the City Hall, where many people in the community enjoy cookouts, music, public forums, and movie nights.

There are 11 community parks throughout Dallas. Dallas City Park is a 35-acre park that is the largest in the community. It has a creek, as well as a swimming hole, that locals enjoy using to cool off. Hundreds of picnic tables offer plentiful seating. There are also five basketball courts, an 18-hole disc golf course, horseshoe pits, and playground areas.

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Tutoring review by William in Dallas, OR
The student and I continued our study of trigonometric concepts completing all the conventional angles on a unit circle. He now understands how to ascertain, angle, point and sin/cos of all iterations of 30 degree and 60 degree angles on the unit circle. For next week, I will quiz him on tangent as well, so that he can have a comprehensive tool to use whenever he gets lost or needs to review trig values. He showed a good understanding of how reference angles work by being able to visualize the correct triangle for the given angle. Afterwards I introduced the student to radians, a different measure of angle based off the fact that the circumference of a unit circle is 2pi. The full rotation of 360 degrees is 2pi by extension. The student grasped this well after practicing some problems, and he was able to understand that the normal degrees of 30, 45, 60, 90 and so on can be thought of fractions or pieces of 2pi and thus are defined as pi/6, pi/4, pi/3 etc. Using his unit circle tool seemed very helpful for him, as he was able to count the number of 30 degree pieces and see that indeed there are 6 in the 180 degree piece also known as pi radians. This intuitive connection made it very easy for the student to grasp radians, and by the end of the session, he was solving sin/cos problems using radians with relative ease. We covered domain of angle and iterated that one can repeat a rotation of a circle and reach 4pi and so on in angles. This idea is new to the student, so we will continue to reinforce it in our coming sessions. Finally, we rounded out the session with a review of csc, sec and cot. I left the student with some hw for Wednesday covering all these concepts.
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Tutoring review by John in Dallas, OR
The student said she felt great about her test, together we started preparing far in advance for her final. I am sure she will be just fine as long as we keep up our pace and finish strong.
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Tutoring review by Francis in Dallas, OR
We reviewed the concepts of simple and multiple regression in preparation for an upcoming exam. I will provide the student with practice problems before the exam.
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Tutoring review by Rajneesh in Dallas, OR
We covered Grignard reagents; the synthesis of primary, secondary, and tertiary alcohols; and methylation.
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Tutoring review by Sylvia in Dallas, OR
The student emailed me a copy of his vocabulary words for the upcoming quiz next Monday. I spent some time constructing a practice vocabulary quiz that he will take and we will review this upcoming Saturday.
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Tutoring review by Carol in Dallas, OR
We worked on the student's Social Media homework. We then discussed the effectiveness of active reading and reading to learn. Next, we worked on vocabulary and inference of material. We also worked on decoding skills when she is struggling with a word. She continues to gain confidence and is trying to read more effectively. We continued to read the story for enjoyment, fluency, and vocabulary.
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